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In 2012 StoryCorps came to Hampton Roads as a part of their National Teachers Initiative.

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Kate Musick and Harley Patrick

Kate Musick, a language arts teacher at T.C. Walker Elementary School, talks with former student, Harley Patrick, about Harley’s background and education. Though she once struggled in school, with Musick’s help and her own determination, Harley is now an honor roll student.

--2012 AUG 10
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Kate Musick and Harley Patrick

Karol Buckhalter and Kenya Smith

Karol Buckhalter, an English teacher at Renaissance Academy, talks with her co-worker, Kenya Smith, about their experiences as teachers in alternative education. Both women discuss the importance of creating an open environment where children can learn and the importance of recognizing factors outside of the classroom.

--2012 AUG 10
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Karol Buckhalter and Kenya Smith

Jeanette Potter and Karen Vaughan

Jeanette Potter, a math and science teacher at Merrimac Juvenile Detention Center, talks with her co-worker, Karen Vaughan, about what it’s like to teach at the Center. Potter explains the importance of creating an open environment where the students can abandon their hard exteriors and simply be kids.

--2012 AUG 10
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Jeanette Potter and Karen Vaughan

Dana Patterson, Myer Chambers and Sunday Osbourne

Dana Patterson, a graduation specialist at Hampton and Bethel High School, talks with Principal Myer Chambers and former student, Sunday Osbourne, about Sunday’s untraditional road to graduation. Now in college, Sunday says that if she did it, with support, other students can too.

--2012 AUG 10
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Dana Patterson, Myer Chambers and Sunday Osbourne

Joyce McDowell and Michael Napper

Joyce McDowell, a K-12 SPED Inclusion teacher, talks with her son, Michael Napper about what they learned in their years traveling as a military family. Napper says that his exposure to diverse cultures positively affected his life and also gave him the opportunity to dispel many African American stereotypes.

--2012 AUG 10
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Joyce McDowell and Michael Napper

Donald Hurwitz and Joshua Cohen

Donald Hurwitz, a Marketing and Education for Employment teacher at Deep Creek High School, talks with his stepson, Joshua Cohen, about his first day of teaching. In classroom of students in danger of failing, Hurwitz learned that it’s okay to be spontaneous.

--2012 AUG 10
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Donald Hurwitz and Joshua Cohen

Patrick Geromin and Courtney Rhodes

Patrick Geromin, a History teacher at Smithfield High School, talks with his spouse, Courtney Rhodes, about his decision to become a teacher. Though he never wanted to pursue this career, an Alternative College Spring Break Program made him realize his love of teaching.

--2012 AUG 10
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Patrick Geromin and Courtney Rhodes
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Latest Episodes

Kate Musick and Harley Patrick

Kate Musick, a language arts teacher at T.C. Walker Elementary School, talks with former student, Harley Patrick, about Harley’s background and education. Though she once struggled in school, with Musick’s help and her own determination, Harley is now an honor roll student.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Kate Musick and Harley Patrick

Karol Buckhalter and Kenya Smith

Karol Buckhalter, an English teacher at Renaissance Academy, talks with her co-worker, Kenya Smith, about their experiences as teachers in alternative education. Both women discuss the importance of creating an open environment where children can learn and the importance of recognizing factors outside of the classroom.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Karol Buckhalter and Kenya Smith

Jeanette Potter and Karen Vaughan

Jeanette Potter, a math and science teacher at Merrimac Juvenile Detention Center, talks with her co-worker, Karen Vaughan, about what it’s like to teach at the Center. Potter explains the importance of creating an open environment where the students can abandon their hard exteriors and simply be kids.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Jeanette Potter and Karen Vaughan

Dana Patterson, Myer Chambers and Sunday Osbourne

Dana Patterson, a graduation specialist at Hampton and Bethel High School, talks with Principal Myer Chambers and former student, Sunday Osbourne, about Sunday’s untraditional road to graduation. Now in college, Sunday says that if she did it, with support, other students can too.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Dana Patterson, Myer Chambers and Sunday Osbourne

Joyce McDowell and Michael Napper

Joyce McDowell, a K-12 SPED Inclusion teacher, talks with her son, Michael Napper about what they learned in their years traveling as a military family. Napper says that his exposure to diverse cultures positively affected his life and also gave him the opportunity to dispel many African American stereotypes.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Joyce McDowell and Michael Napper

Donald Hurwitz and Joshua Cohen

Donald Hurwitz, a Marketing and Education for Employment teacher at Deep Creek High School, talks with his stepson, Joshua Cohen, about his first day of teaching. In classroom of students in danger of failing, Hurwitz learned that it’s okay to be spontaneous.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Donald Hurwitz and Joshua Cohen

Patrick Geromin and Courtney Rhodes

Patrick Geromin, a History teacher at Smithfield High School, talks with his spouse, Courtney Rhodes, about his decision to become a teacher. Though he never wanted to pursue this career, an Alternative College Spring Break Program made him realize his love of teaching.

--2012 AUG 10
Comments
Patrick Geromin and Courtney Rhodes
the END
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