Exit Interviews: Mrs. Megan Kummerlin

It is the end of the school year, so we will soon have to say goodbye to a few of our favorite teachers. This year, 13 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 these educators. Check out all the Exit Interviews by clicking here: Exit Interviews Mrs. Megan Kummerlin 1 year at AES: 2021- 2022 Next Stop: Still at AES but in a new role What will you miss most about AES? "Fortunately, I will still be here. I will miss teaching and connecting with my students, collaborating with the incredible sixth-grade team, and learning alongside the Middle School faculty and staff". What is the best part about being a teacher at AES? "The students. are thoughtful, critical thinkers who want to impact our world". What are your plans for next year, and what are your thoughts about this next step? "I am stepping into a new role at AES, the Extensions coordinator. We will develop new programs to enhance the student experience and connect with the New Delhi community". How do you hope your students and colleagues will remember you? "I hope people remember me as joyful, empathetic, and forward-thinking". What message would you like to leave for the community at AES? "You're not done with me yet! I'm looking forward to creating and collaborating more". What students had to say. Adian, Grade 6 What is your favorite memory with this teacher? "I remember that she also went to old school knew for a long time but never my teacher she kept moving upgrades but now she is finally my teacher." What makes this teacher unique? "She is truly very unique in the way she explains, and she makes it very clear for everyone." Opal, Grade 6 What is your favorite memory with this teacher? "In the beginning, she always makes sure everyone is ready and does ice breakers to always keep everyone having fun". What makes this teacher unique? "Unique and relatable unlike other teachers enjoyable basketball coach and very unique". Shreya Grade 6 What is your favorite moment with this teacher? "My favorite memory was even when I was behind in a project or something, she would always find a way to catch up, and it was beneficial, and I appreciate that." What is a funny/memorable story about this teacher? "First day of Asiac basketball coaches were walking in and within1 hour you can tell she good and impressive. It was very cool and fun to be doing basketball with her". What makes this teacher unique? "She really connects with students and has good examples we can relate to and makes every class fun." See More Stories By #Jashvi & #Kashvi

Exit Interviews: Mrs. Megan Kummerlin