Get to Know Mr. Grillo!

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Get to Know Mr. Grillo!

Source: Serenity Powell

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Source: Serenity Powell

Serenity Powell, Staff Writer

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Q: What do you like about McAuliffe Middle School?

A: McAuliffe Middle School has a good and fun environment for kids, and the school’s culture is really good, especially with the outside activities and things that are non-school related.

Q: What do you like to do in your free time?

A: In my free time I like to play music, run marathons, and hang out with my friends.

Q: Why did you choose to apply at McAuliffe Middle School?

A: Well, I went to school here as a kid so it was a place that I was familiar with and since I subbed here for a long time, it seemed like a good place to apply.

Q: Why did you choose to apply as a history teacher?

A: I love history! At first I thought about being an English teacher, but then I just got more and more into history. I really started to like the subject as I got older, so by college I wanted to learn about history and thought teaching would be fun.

Q: What is your favorite part of being a history teacher?

A: I think with history it’s cool because we have a lot of freedom to do different things like projects, having kids act things out, I like watching cool, short videos and I think that there are a lot of ways to make history fun. 

Q: What do you think about the students at McAuliffe Middle School?

A: I think that there’s a lot of talent at this school and that they are really driven. 

Q: Have you read any of the articles from The Birdwatch?

A: I have! I scroll through them on Fridays to find some really interesting articles. I especially like the cartoons. 

Q: What is one of your favorite books?

A: One of my favorite books is “Confederates in the Attic.” It’s about civil rights and it’s really interesting.

Q: I heard you are in a band. What is that like?

A: It’s fun. It gives me something to do outside of work. Sometimes it can be stressful because you’re working with other people.

Q: What kind of instruments do you play?

A: I play the bass guitar and a little bit of the regular guitar.

Q: How long were you in a band?

A:  I’ve been in and out of bands since I started high school. Over the years I’ve been in different type of bands, such as rock bands, original bands, and cover bands.

Q: Where have you travel?

A:  I have traveled to Japan, Scandinavian countries, Sweden, Italy, Scotland, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada, and other countries!