Asking Your Favorite Teachers Questions!
Hi, everyone! For our last Scribbling article this year, we thought we would ask your favorite teachers some essential questions! These teachers are Ms. Smith (English and 10th grade dean), Dr. Krug (Physics), Mr. Kosegarten (English), Ms. Hummel (History), Ms. Reddinger (Chemistry), Ms. Keener (12th-grade dean), Ms. Pelson (Math), and Ms. Squeglia (English).
Question 1: Under Armour or Nike? Under Armour: Ms. Smith, Dr. Krug, Mr. Kosegarten and Ms. Hummel
Nike: Ms. Reddinger, Ms. Keener, Ms. Pelson and Ms. Squeglia.
Question 2: At a movie would you choose popcorn or candy?
Popcorn: Ms. Reddinger, Dr. Krug, Ms. Pelson, Ms. Squeglia and Ms. Hummel
Candy: Ms. Smith, Ms. Keener and Mr. Kosegarten
Question 3: Amusement park or day at the beach?
Amusement park: Ms. Smith, Dr. Krug, Mr. Kosegarten, Ms. Hummel and Ms. Pelson
Beach: Ms. Reddigner, Ms. Keener and Ms. Squeglia
Question 4: Cardio or weights? Cardio: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Dr. Krug, Ms. Keener, Mr. Kosegarten, Ms. Hummel and Ms. Squeglia
Weights: Ms. Pelson
Question 5: Swimming or sunbathing?
Swimming: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Mr. Kosegarten, Ms. Hummel and Ms. Pelson
Sunbathing: Ms. Keener, Dr. Krug and Ms. Squeglia
Question 6: McDonald’s or Shake Shack?
Shake Shack: Ms. Reddinger, Ms. Smith, Dr. Krug, Ms. Keener, Ms. Pelson, Ms. Hummel and Ms. Squeglia
McDonald’s: Mr. Kosegarten
Question 7: Coke or Pepsi?
Coke: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Dr. Krug, Ms. Pelson, Mr. Kosegarten and Ms. Squeglia
Pepsi: Ms. Keener and Ms. Hummel
Question 8: Frogs or toads?
Frogs: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Dr. Krug, Ms. Keener, Mr. Kosegarten, Ms. Pelson and Ms. Squeglia
Toads: Ms. Hummel
Question 9: Large party or small gathering? Small gathering: Ms. Smith, Dr. Krug, Mr. Kosegarten, Ms. Hummel, Ms. Pelson and Ms. Squeglia
Large party: Ms. Reddinger and Ms. Keener
Question 10: Ross and Rachel- were they on a break? No: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Ms. Keener, Mr. Kosegarten and Ms. Hummel
Yes: Ms. Pelson and Ms. Squeglia
Question 11: Should mint ice cream be green or white?
Green: Ms. Smith, Ms. Reddinger, Dr. Krug, Ms. Keener, Mr. Kosegarten and Ms. Squeglia
White: Ms. Hummel and Ms. Pelson
Question 12: If you had the world’s attention for 30 seconds, what would you say?
Dr. Krug: Believe in science and scientists!
Ms. Squeglia: “It’s ‘I’m going to LIE down,’ not ‘I’m going to LAY down!”
Question 13: Where do you not mind waiting?
Ms. Smith: “In a waiting room, if I have a book or magazine.”
Dr. Krug: “In line for ‘Harry Potter’ midnight book releases.”
Ms. Pelson: “A doctor's office with good magazines…”
Ms. Keener: “I don't mind waiting in line to vote. So many have sacrificed their lives that I might have the right to stand in line and have my vote counted.”
Mr. Kosegarten: “Getting my car serviced- get reading done, have a soda, check out the lot. Surprisingly not bad.”
Question 14: If you could disinvent one thing, what would it be?
Ms. Pelson: “The PS-4!!!!!”
Dr. Krug: “The leaf blower— it is noisy, it pollutes the air, and it’s not that effective.”
Ms. Reddinger: “Cell phones! People are ruled by them and forgetting how to talk to each other.”
Question 15: Would you rather look like a potato or feel like a potato?
Ms. Hummel: “If I looked like a potato, I most likely would feel like a potato - a potential existential dilemma.”
Dr. Krug: “Feel like.”
Thank you to all the teachers who participated as well as all our readers! We hope everyone has a great summer.
Fiona and Serena
PS: Shout out to Ms. Smith for retaking the survey after we messed up!