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 French Teacher Aara Zweifel was teaching French in room R-6 during 7th period. “J’adore la communauté de Capital - c’est un lycée fabuleux, plein d’esprit. Allez les Aigles ! (I love the Capital community - it’s a fabulous high school, full of spirit. Go Eagles),” Zweifel said.

French Teacher Aara Zweifel was teaching French in room R-6 during 7th period. “J’adore la communauté de Capital - c’est un lycée fabuleux, plein d’esprit. Allez les Aigles ! (I love the Capital community - it’s a fabulous high school, full of spirit. Go Eagles),” Zweifel said.

French Teacher Aara Zweifel was teaching French in room R-6 during 7th period. “J’adore la communauté de Capital - c’est un lycée fabuleux, plein d’esprit. Allez les Aigles ! (I love the Capital community - it’s a fabulous high school, full of spirit. Go Eagles),” Zweifel said.


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Individual Occupational Training and Academic Support teacher Heather Bullington said she had been working in the Boise School District for seven years before she came to Capital. Bullington thought Capital was a kind and positive place.
“Capital is very nice! The kids are so polite and the staff is great,” said Bullington.
She was very happy to be working with Capital’s staff and students this year. She liked how excited everyone was about school and how it’s a pleasant place to be.
“I went to school for Social Services and have a Master’s Degree in criminal justice,” she said.
Bullington started working with offenders and taught them how to function in society, how to get jobs, and how to maintain employment. Through doing this she was hired at West Ada School District, then started to take classes to become a teacher.
“When I was a child I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up, so I laugh now that I ended up teaching,” she said.
Bullington has now been teaching for ten years and plans to continue.
Science teacher John Kramis said this is his second year teaching full time at a public school. Before he started teaching at a high school he tutored math, physics, and taught algebra, and calculus-based physics labs at Boise State for a couple years.
“I LOVE CHS so far!” he said.
Kramis loved both the staff and students. He said they had been amazing in more ways than he could say.
“I became a teacher because I wanted to do something meaningful with my life,” he said.
He wanted to do something where he could make a real difference for people. Kramis wanted to do his part to give students and others support.
“I’ve considered pursuing many different careers,” he said.
Then in college, he learned how fulfilling teaching can be.
“Things change, I guess,” he said.
By Tristyn Shivel
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