Interviews with the Saints-by Avalee Fray-McCroskey
Interview with the Saints
This week I held several interviews with various Seattle Lutheran students and teachers. The people I interviewed were Flynn Schuehle, Kelly Walsh, Sarah Louie(AKA Dr. Louie), and Jordan McFeely. This is what I learned:
-These people are really good at interviews.
-Flynn and Kelly are sophomores.
-Flynn can spell her last name really quickly.
-Flynn gets really nervous and is very funny in interviews.
-Taylor occasionally pretends to be Flynn in interviews.
-Flynn is really involved in school.
-“Classes are fun because there are fun components to it.” -Flynn Schuehle
-Kelly loves Disneyland, small classes, and movies.
-Kelly loves her classes because teachers are very helpful and knowledgeable.
-Kelly has gotten smarter and has gotten better knowledge of liberal arts since
enrolling at Seattle Lutheran.
-The staff is really kind, thoughtful, and personal.
-Shout out to Miss. Tarabochia from Kelly Walsh!!
-Kelly wants to go to college to get her bachelor’s degree.
-The best day of Kelly’s life was either the day she met Flynn or August 10th which is
the day she got her annual pass to Disneyland.
-Kelly is deeply influenced by her peers and friends at SeaLu.
-Flynn is amazed by Kelly interview skills.
-Dr. Louie loves that students can be themselves.
-She likes teaching her classes.
-Dr. Louie is most influenced by her students.
-But most importantly, since she started teaching at SeaLu, Dr. Louie has discoveredthe Mexican mocha.
-Jordan McFeely is a freshman.
-Jordan does basketball, volleyball, and plans on doing the musical.
-Jordan likes the size of the school and how close she feels to her fellow peers.
-Jordan feels more socially confident since coming to SeaLu.
-Jordan is friends with her teachers.
-Shout out to Mrs. Knaff from Jordan.
-Jordan would love to go to college to better her education and get a good job.
-The best day of Jordan’s life was when her rec basketball team won the championships.
-Jordan is most influenced by the upperclassmen on her sports teams.