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Exit Interviews : Ms Grant




It is the end of the school year which means that we will soon have to say goodbye to a few of our favorite teachers. This year, 5 middle school teachers are leaving or moving out of the middle school. Over the final weeks of school, The Direct Message will post an ‘Exit Interview’ that we conducted with each of these educators.



Check out all the Exit Interviews by clicking here: Exit Interviews



How many years you have been at AES and what were those years:

I have been at AES for one year which was this year.



What will you miss most about AES?


I will miss many things about AES! I will miss greeting students each morning, I will miss the excitement and achievements around each of the ASIAC events, I will miss my amazing and talented colleagues, and I will miss the regular 'changing of the flowers' on campus.


What is the best part about being a teacher at AES?


The best part about being a counselor at AES has been getting to have 1 on 1 time with students. I also loved being able to visit all classes and see students excelling in different areas.


What are your plans for next year and what are your thoughts about this next step?


My plans for next year are to go back to retirement where I spend 6 months in British Columbia, Canada and 6 months in Arizona, United States.


How do you hope your students and colleagues will remember you?


I hope to be remembered as someone who really cared about individuals.



What message would you like to leave for the community at AES?


My message for the AES community is 'Be Kind'!



And now, a few words from Ms. Grant's students:


Areebah ( 8th Grade)


What will you remember about this teacher?


I’ll remember how understanding Ms Grant always is and she was so amazing to have as a coach.


What is a funny or memorable story that you have about this teacher?


A memory I have of Ms. Grant is after MESAC, she gave us all personalized nicknames, which I thought was really funny.


What makes this teacher unique?


One unique thing about her is how she was always there for us and helping us out. I’ll miss Ms Grant so much!


Esther ( 8th grade )


What will you remember about this teacher?


All though I only knew Ms. Grant for a short while I feel like I can trust her with my deepest secrets. To me that's something that I will always remember about Ms. Grant. She is someone who is free to talk about anything going on. She gives her input as well as listens to everything you have to say.


What is a funny or memorable story that you have about this teacher?

This year I went on the JV Basketball Trip with Ms. Grant and the JV Basketball Team. Over that trip I really got to know Ms Grant further and to this day That trip has been one of my top favorite


What makes this teacher unique?


To me, Ms. Grant is different in so many ways and I hope to be like her someday. I really got to know her in this past year, and although I'm sad to say goodbye, I wish the best for her. Thank You Ms. Grant!



Yejin ( 8th Grade )


What will you remember about this teacher?


I will remember Ms.Grant as a great coach who helped me grow my interest in basketball and put tremendous effort into developing my skill in basketball.



What is a funny or memorable story that you have about this teacher?


The most memorable experience with Ms. Grant was the MESAC trip to Dubai. Her great care for the students ensured we had the best experience possible. We had many wins and quite a few losses throughout the games. She supported and cheered us on, teaching us numerous skills to become successful basketball players.



What makes this teacher unique?


What makes Ms. Grant unique is her mindset. Her positive outlook makes her an exceptional teacher. During our travels, I learned so much from her beyond basketball, and the most significant thing was her positivity.



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