Get to know the staff: Q&As

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Get to know the staff: Q&As

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Zephyrus: What do you do for Edina High School?

Gretchen Gosh: ​I am one of two Licensed School Nurses with focus on the general education population. 

Z: How long have you worked at EHS?

GG: ​This is my third year working for Edina Public Schools.

Z: What is your favorite part of the school year?

GG: The first month of school! My favorite season is fall so I enjoy attending EHS extracurricular events. My favorite week is Homecoming Week and the school spirit within the building and community. 

Z: If you could take any class at EHS, which would you take?

GG: Comparative Anatomy to bring me back to my undergrad studying days.

Z: If you’re able to get off campus for lunch, where do you go?

GG: ​Crisp & Green! Although that has yet to happen.

Z: What is your favorite song?

GG: Anything country!

Z: What activities or sports were you involved in when you were in high school?

GG: Track, Cross Country, Student Council, DECA, Yearbook.

Z: If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be?

GG: Either Rachel Hollis or Gretchen Rubin (both motivational authors/speakers/bloggers).

Q&A with Sara Swenson

 

Zephyrus: What’s your position at EHS?

Sara Swenson: School librarian/media specialist.

Z: How long have you worked at EHS?

SS: This fall marked my 21st year at EHS.

Z: What is your favorite book?

SS: That’s like asking a parent who’s their favorite child! From childhood, it’s Anne of Green Gables, and as [an] adult, too many to choose from!

Z: If you could take any class at EHS, which one would you take?

SS: There are so many fabulous classes, there’s no way to pick just one!

Z: What’s your favorite part of the school year?

SS: The fall – when everyone is eager to learn.

Z: If you can get off campus for lunch, where do you go?

SS: Home. We typically have scrumptious leftovers in the fridge! 

Z: What were you involved in when you were in high school?

SS: I played the oboe in band and orchestra. Our school band traveled to Norway one summer and the following spring, the orchestra played at the Kennedy Center in DC. Tremendous experiences with terrific friends!

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