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Hardy adjusts at CSHS

posted Sep 8, 2017, 9:23 AM by Amanda Smith

        As the new school year begins, new faces have appeared throughout CSHS in both students and teachers. Included in these faces is new Spanish teacher Sally Hardy.

Mrs. Hardy received her Bachelor’s degree at Kansas State University and is currently working towards her Master’s through Baker University.

“I’m really excited to get involved here,” she said, “I plan to stay here for a long time.”

Before beginning at CSHS, Mrs. Hardy student taught at Manhattan High School and taught at Atchison County Community High School for four years.

“They’re both rural schools, but this is less rural,” Mrs. Hardy said. “This school is bigger and the building is newer.”

Since the adjustment has been smooth for Mrs. Hardy, she said she is excited to get to know her students and for them to get to know her as well.

“The students should know, if they haven’t already figured out, that I am kind of a goofy person,” she said, “but I’m expecting a good year ahead of us.”

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