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Real after 4 of teaching is heading out from Paso Robles to Davis, California

Susanna Real, freshman science teacher, is leaving the Paso High ship  after four years and hopping aboard the Davis, California ship along with her husband.  Real’s husband can get into a Clinical Lab Science Program to advance his career while she looks for a teaching job . Real has taught Science Academy Honors 1, Science Academy 1, Biology, AP Biology, and Bio Investigations.

     “I love teaching because I love sharing awesome science knowledge with other people and I enjoy watching students grow and develop better lab techniques,” said Real. Her favorite class is Science Academy. “We’ve gotten to do Biology mixed with other stuff, so I have enjoyed teaching those subjects and learning more about them.” Real went to Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington and started tutoring kids while she was there. This helped her realize that she liked to teaching other people and she was good at it. Real then began to observe classrooms and became a student teacher for Gaylene Ewing for a year then got a job as a teacher at PRHS.

      “ Mrs. Real truly cares about her students and so when she was my student teacher my students had the highest performing that they had ever been because of her extra support and care and deep passion for what she does. She will be very deeply missed.” said Gaylene Ewing Real’s favorite memory of teaching was about a student that was in danger of not graduating.“He was doing very poorly in my biology class and throughout the year we had conversations about how he could fix that and seeing him at graduation was really exciting.” “Mrs. Real is sweet and intelligent […] She will be very dearly missed by everyone that is in her class because she was basically just a nice and very good around person,” freshman Annaleza Myhand said.

 Real also is one of the track coaches and has been that for 4 years. She started track when she was 6 years old and did it all through elementary, middle and high school, and only one year in college. While in track she mostly did sprints and long jump and in high school she started doing hurdles and some relays. “It was my first year of track and I didn’t even know that much, but she was really sweet and a great coach. She has helped me through and taught me so much. Real is also very easy to talk too and I am really going to miss her,” said freshman Brie HowenstineAdvice she would like to give to future teachers is “be very clear in your instructions you give, but know things are going to change in the middle of your lesson, so be prepared,” Real said.

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