Volume 1; Issue 3; May 15th, 2019

Interviewer: Where did you grow up?

Ms. Case: Hollywood Hills and The San Fernando Valley. Yes, I’m a Valley Girl.


Interviewer: How many siblings do you have?

Ms. Case: Three sisters.


Interviewer: How were your grades in high school?

Ms. Case: It depended on whether or not I liked the class


Interviewer: Where did you attend college?

Ms. Case: Cal State Northridge, Cal State LA.


Interviewer: How long have you been a teacher?

Ms. Case: 25 years


Interviewer: How long have you been a librarian?

Ms. Case: Five years.


Interviewer: Is there any other job you would have preferred over being a teacher/librarian?

Ms. Case: Anthropologist.


Interviewer: Who’s your greatest inspiration?

Ms. Case: Eleanor Roosevelt


Interviewer: Where have you traveled?

Ms. Case: Ireland, Spain, Mexico, most parts of the USA, Hawaii, NYC, and Chicago


Interviewer:  What has been you craziest memory while teaching at this high school?

Ms. Case: Super loud thunder that sounded like gunshots and the fire in Ascot hills


Interviewer: Which graduating class is your favorite?

Ms. Case: Class of 2019


Interviewer: What is your favorite novel?

Ms. Case: Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace


Interviewer: What is your favorite movie:

Ms. Case: Raging Bull, Goodfellas


Interviewer: What is your favorite band?

Ms. Case: The Grateful Dead


Interviewer: How many times have you separated a student fight?

Ms. Case: Yes once stood in between two girls


Interviewer: How many kids do you have?

Ms. Case one, a 17 year-old daughter


Interviewer: How many generations of your family have been working in LAUSD?

Ms. Case: Three generations, including me


Interviewer: What is your favorite food?

Ms. Case: Sushi


Interviewer: What is your favorite television show?

Ms. Case: The Sopranos


Interviewer: What are your worst fears?

Ms. Case: Earthquakes


Interviewer:  What would be your favorite hobbies?

Ms. Case: Yoga, knitting, shopping, spending time with my sisters and best friend if 38 years, and walking my dog.


Interviewer: What are your retirement plans:

Ms. Case: Living in Palm Desert

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