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New math teacher brings varied interests to profession

Jamie Kim co-editor-in-chief There are some who say that math is an art form, and new math teacher Ara Melikian has long ago found a way to balance both math and art in his life. Melikian believes that his many interests, such as art, public transportation and, of course, math, are integral to understanding his multifaceted […]

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Behind the scenes of staff development days

Lauren Hannani staff writer While students were enjoying their day off this Monday, teachers from all over the district were spending time at Beverly doing some learning of their own in order to improve their classroom skills. From kindergarten to 12th grade, all teachers united in their departments and grade levels to share and collaborate […]

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New algebra teacher reminisces on diverse past

Natasha Dardashti, staff writer Lauren Hannani, staff writer New algebra teacher Jeff Berkeley has experienced various adventures from training in the army during the Vietnam War to travelling around Europe to pursue his love of chess. After graduating high school at age 16, Berkeley decided to join the army. “The army’s a drag. It was […]

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Goolsby takes annual family trip

Kayla Nassib, cub writer When math teacher Jennifer Goolsby is not in class teaching the Quadratic Formula, she enjoys taking trips with her family. Every summer, Goolsby goes with her whole family, of about 30 members, to an island they own in northern Wisconsin. “It’s just sort of a tradition and get all the kid […]

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