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The Tea on West Teachers’ kids

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The Tea on West Teachers’ kids

From left to right: Brayden Creedon, Keegan Creedon, and Noah Bazzi.

From left to right: Brayden Creedon, Keegan Creedon, and Noah Bazzi.

Makaila Barker

From left to right: Brayden Creedon, Keegan Creedon, and Noah Bazzi.

Makaila Barker

Makaila Barker

From left to right: Brayden Creedon, Keegan Creedon, and Noah Bazzi.

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Lots of teachers choose to brings their own children to West. For example, Mrs. Grady’s kids go to west, Brayden and Keegan (6th graders), and Mrs. Bazzi’s son Noah is also a sixth grader at West. However, these aren’t the only teacher to do this. Mrs. Hovarth noted, “Mrs. Kozler had her sons go to West, Mrs. Smiley, Mrs. Culbert, and former vice principal Mrs. Hammoud even brought her kids to West. That leaves us to wonder, do these kids get special treatment? Do their parents act differently at home than they do at school? Is it weird to have your parent as your teacher? 

Braydon Creedon, sixth-grader, reflects about getting special treatment, “ Um… Maybe a little, but not really.” His twin brother Keegan Creedon states, “Not here like, not when we are in class…”

Noah Bazzi, sixth-grader,  described having his mom as a teacher at West as “embarrassing…”

Keegan described his mom at home,“ She’s way more strict… ” Brayden, Keegan, and Noah do enjoy having their moms at school with them because their moms seem to always give them food. They don’t have to worry about going without lunch or going back to their locker for certain items. Noah Bazzi feels like his mom is really hard on him in class. 

We know what you’re thinking! They probably get a lot of help with homework or free passes on homework. Sorry, but that’s not true. Noah said his mom makes him do his homework all by himself and she doesn’t help him.

All in all, we believe that Braydon, Keegan, and Noah have mixed emotions about having their parents here at West.

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3 Responses to “The Tea on West Teachers’ kids”

  1. Ally Hawkins on March 21st, 2019 12:13 pm

    This article is awesome and gives great insight into the lives of our teachers’ kids. Also, I think you; perfectly captured Noah throwing shade on his mom and the truth behind the downsides of having your mom work where you live.

  2. Noah Bazzi on March 29th, 2019 12:42 pm

    EVERYTHING WAS TRUE!!!!!!

  3. jakobe modelski on March 29th, 2019 12:42 pm

    best article ever and my friend Noah is in it

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