Teachers prepare performances for Faculty Idol

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Teachers prepare performances for Faculty Idol

Teachers are performing different acts at Faculty Idol Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. A board advertising outside of the auditorium was organized by junior Mattea Muench and decorated by various students.

Teachers are performing different acts at Faculty Idol Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. A board advertising outside of the auditorium was organized by junior Mattea Muench and decorated by various students.

Alea Jennings

Teachers are performing different acts at Faculty Idol Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. A board advertising outside of the auditorium was organized by junior Mattea Muench and decorated by various students.

Alea Jennings

Alea Jennings

Teachers are performing different acts at Faculty Idol Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. A board advertising outside of the auditorium was organized by junior Mattea Muench and decorated by various students.

Carol Kornworcel, Staff Writer

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Teachers from all around the school will be performing multiple different acts for Faculty Idol Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. 

“This performance gives faculty a chance to shine and express themselves in a way they don’t normally get to,” junior organizer Megan Martinez said. “The reason for having the event now really just attributes itself to it being the only real break we have as a troupe where we have time to do a show like this.” 

Teachers such as John Deorio and Kristina Renaud and resource officer Mark Holloway will be judged by Eric Vance from Student Affairs, social studies teacher Clare Sessums and English teacher Joshua Marr. 

With over seven performances and groups getting ready, theater teacher Dan Franke said the show will be a lot of fun. 

“I think the bottom line is I hope to have some fun and enjoy collaborating with my fellow employees and that I don’t embarrass myself,” chorus teacher and performer Bruce Yost said. 

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