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STRUTTIN: Mr. Patterson walks along the sideline scoping out the competition. Patterson has spend most his career coaching football and wrestling.

STRUTTIN: Mr. Patterson walks along the sideline scoping out the competition. Patterson has spend most his career coaching football and wrestling.

STRUTTIN: Mr. Patterson walks along the sideline scoping out the competition. Patterson has spend most his career coaching football and wrestling.

STRUTTIN: Mr. Patterson walks along the sideline scoping out the competition. Patterson has spend most his career coaching football and wrestling.

Zack Sims, Staff Writer

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Did you know that teachers have lives outside of school? They actually have hobbies other than grading your late homework assignments and giving you surprise quizzes on things you forgot over the weekend. Mr. Winston Patterson is no exception. He was a awkward teenager like all of us, but with a much more glorious mullet.

Q: What were you’re favorite activities to watch or participate in during your high school days?

A: “I was a stud on the wrestling mat and out on the football field.”

Q: What did you enjoy doing outside of school?

A: “After school I slaved my free time away at Suloff Auto Body.”

CHEESIN’: Fullmer and Patterson take a quick selfie on the plane as they prepare to return home from St. Louis. The English Department ┬ámembers were in St. Louis for the National Council of Teachers of English conference.

Q: Did you ever think you were going to be an English teacher?

A: “NO, not a chance, farthest thing from my mind. I really wanted to be a police chief or work for the FBI. After high school I actually joined the military.”

Q: What advice would you give to the current SV student body?

A: “Make more friends, more often. Be a friend but don’t expect everyone to be your friend back.”

Q: What is your life motto?

A: “If you’re not falling forward you’re not going fast enough.”

Teachers can get a bad reputation because some students think that all teachers just sit at their desks waiting to criticize every homework assignment that they receive then eat, sleep, and repeat. As shown, however, by asking a few questions we can learn that teachers are real people too and they have lives like the students they teach.

 

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