Meet the Teacher: Ms. Hiller


By: Anna Edmiston

This year, we have a slew of new teachers. Because of this, I thought it would be important to let all of you have a chance to meet them all with this new series of articles. These articles will include a little bit of information about the teacher as well as the answers to a set of questions posed by me to the teachers. Also, to make the articles more fun, I am taking intentionally bad photos of all the teachers. I hope you enjoy this peek into their lives.

 This week, you get the chance to learn more about the new English teacher for grades seven and eight. Her name is Ms. Hiller. She attended Kenton High School. After graduating, she went to The Ohio State University- Lima. She then transferred to the Columbus campus. Besides the fact that her parents wanted her to go, she went to OSU for the good education program, the sense of school spirit, and the fact that it was just far enough away for an independence she felt she needed. She has no animals at the moment but wants a puppy in the future. In her free time, she like to explore. Hiking and going on runs are activities she enjoys doing when not at school.

 What is your least favorite book? -Doesn’t have one

One of your biggest phobias? -Childbirth

Favorite brand of water? -Well water

Favorite cereal? -Honey Nut Cheerios

Favorite season of scented candles? -Fall

Do you like bees? -They are crucial to our environment but I’m not a fan, I’m an advocate for bees

What is one movie you could watch over and over and never get tired of? -The Shawshank Redemption

What was your favorite song when you were a middle school student? “All Star” -Smash Mouth

Walmart or Target? -Walmart

Do you eat breakfast? -Yes, everyday

If you could time travel, what time period would you live in? -Either early 1800’s, the exploration period, or the 1950’s

If you could throw cold spaghetti at anyone, who would it be? -Dolores Umbridge

 We are very lucky to have this new addition and everyone wishes her good luck in her first year at Arlington!


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