Kaia Anderson already knows her way around C-G-D High School

Kaia Anderson's Spanish classroom is set up for fun and to enhance culture. 

Kaia Anderson may have just started her first official year teaching Spanish at Clarion-Goldfield-Dows High School, but she is a familiar face in the halls of the school already. Not only did Ms. Anderson graduate from C-G-D High School herself, but she has also spent the last 2 years in the school in various capacities.

            Anderson will be teaching several sections of Spanish this year at the high school. This might seem a daunting task for a new teacher, but Anderson explains that she has already been at the school for 2 years helping with Spanish. “Two years ago, I was a para for the ELL program, and last year, I was a para while teaching a couple sections of Spanish.” Now after finishing her teaching degree from Buena Vista University, she is a full-fledged teacher with a classroom full of eager learners.

For the full story, see the September 13th edition of the Monitor.