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Junior mentor describes her life at Tahoma

By Leah Harrington

Staff Writer

Audrey Hart is a junior mentor this year at Summit Public School: Tahoma. Each year she helps her students get their work done as soon as possible during PLT. That work includes projects and playlists, especially the ones that are overdue.

  1. What college did you go to?

I went to Syracuse University.”

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Tahoma junior mentor Audrey Hart
  1. What made you want to come to Tahoma?

I heard a lot of great things about Tahoma,” Ms. Hart said. “Especially the kids who go there.”

  1. Where did you live before you moved here to San Jose?

“I lived in New York,” Ms. Hart said. “For most of my life, until I came here to San Jose.”

  1. What jobs did you have before you came here into Tahoma as a teacher and mentor?

“I worked at a lumber mill, Starbucks and a harbor store.”

  1. Do you have any siblings or pets?

“Yes, I have four siblings,” Ms. Hart said. “They are three brothers and one sister. Two of them are younger, while one is older and my sister is younger.”

  1. If so, then how old are your siblings, and what kind of pets do you have?

My brother Brendan is 28; my brother Chaney is 21; my brother Peter is 17; and my sister Emma just turned 10,” Ms. Hart said. “I also have a chameleon named Chamillionaire and a family dog named Riley.”

  1. What job do you have here at Tahoma?

“I am a special ed teacher and an eleventh grade mentor,” Ms. Hart said, “but I used to be a tenth and ninth grade mentor last year and the year before.”

  1. What do you like to do for fun?

“I like to watch football and go camping.”

  1. What do you usually do in the weekends and other breaks from school?

“I usually go to Oregon with my family and watch football.”

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