“Pursue what makes you happy!”- An Interview with Mrs. O’Hare

Amanda Giannattasio, Staff Writer

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Q: Is this your first teaching job?

A: No, this is not my first teaching job. Prior to working in Middletown, I worked in Hamilton, NJ teaching Math.

Q: What made you pick South?

A: I chose South because it is a great school and it gave me the opportunity to teach Technology courses.

Q: How do you like South so far?

A: South has been great so far. The students and faculty have been very welcoming.

Q: What are you most looking forward to this year?

A: I am most looking forward to the various hands on projects my students will complete.

Q: Which Technology class do you find the most interesting?

A: It’s hard to chose one, but I would have to Graphic Design because the topics can be used in so many different ways for a variety of careers.

Q: Did you always know you wanted to be a teacher?

A: Yes, growing up I always enjoyed working with children and I enjoy helping people learn new things.

Q: What do you do outside of school?

A: I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going to the beach, and traveling to new places.

Q: What is your favorite part of teaching Tech Ed?

A: My favorite part about teaching Technology Education is that it is always progressing and it allows students to be extremely creative.

Q: If you can go anywhere in the world where would you go and why?

A: That’s a tough decision because there are so many places I would like to visit. To narrow it down to two, I would choose Thailand or Asia because I would love to experience the culture in both of those countries.

Q: If you can give one piece of advice to someone what would it be?

A: Always follow your heart and pursue what makes you happy!

Thank you so very much for your time! Welcome to South!