Goodbye Mrs. Wresch, Hello Ms. McFadden

by Tommy B. and Nick C.

 Web design by Anthony M. and Ryohei O.

 digital images by Emily B.

Mrs. Wresch
Ms. McFadden

On April 1, 2003, our music teacher, Mrs. Wresch, retired. Although Mrs. Wresch isn’t teaching music anymore, she will still help conduct the 4th and 5th grade chorus. She is also going to help the 3rd graders have their recorder concert. Here is our Question & Answer Session with Mrs. Wresch:

Q: When did you start teaching at Guggenheim?

A: “I started in 1980. In 1983, they moved me to Daly. And in 1990, they moved me back to Guggenheim.”

Q: How long have you been teaching in Port Washington?

A: “I have been teaching here in Port for 31 years.”

Q: Why are you retiring?

A: “I would like to explore some other things professionally. I would also like to be a substitute.”

Q: What are you doing after your retirement?

A: “I am going to travel, help with concerts at Guggenheim, and substitute.”

Q: Did you have a different job before teaching elementary school? If so, what is it?

A: “Yes I had a different job. I taught in nursery school.”

Q: Who is going to take your place in the music room?

A: “Ms. McFadden is going to take my place here at Guggenheim.”

 

That concludes our interview with Mrs. Wresch. We will all miss her. We also had a Q & A session with

Ms. McFadden:

Q: How do you feel about coming to Guggenheim?

A: “I am very happy to work with new kids and teach music.”

Q: Where did you work before Guggenheim?

A: “ I worked in Wichita, Kansas, for about two and a half years. I also worked as a sub at Manorhaven for a few months.”

Q: How did you hear about the new job opening at Guggenheim?

A: “ I heard that we needed a new music teacher to take over for Mrs. Wresch. I was happy to take the job.”

Q: What do you think is going to be hard about teaching at Guggenheim?

A: “ I don’t think anything will be hard. I love to teach.”

Q: What are your goals?

A: “ My goals are to help the 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders give wonderful concerts in May and June. I also want to help all students learn a lot about music in the last few months of the school year.”

We are all sad to see Mrs. Wresch go, but we are all happy to see Mrs. McFadden come. So say goodbye to Mrs. Wresch and hello to Ms. McFadden!

 

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