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Mr. Seals Excited About School Year

Hopes to continue to educate students and can’t wait to see what else this school year will bring.

Mr. Shawn Seals is originally from Dunlap, Tennessee and attended Tennessee Tech University. Before arriving at Central High, he was teaching at Sequatchie County Middle School. Seals has been teaching here at Central for what seems like forever so he has seen quite a bit changes when it comes to the school. His classroom has always been in D-Pod, where he loves to teach history and he has been teaching students in the very classroom hereceived when he first came to Central. And of course, he doesn’t plan on leaving Central any time soon.

Seals has seen many changes at Central. He says, “There were more students on campus, however our students now have many more opportunities available to them. Now, some students are learning at Future Ready and other programs that allow them to be off campus to help them achieve academic success.”

A big change this school year is students being able to not wear uniforms. SealS likes that students don’t have to wear uniforms, as long as they are following guidelines of the dress code and wearing things appropriately.

Seals has loved his students and enjoyed watching them grow academically. This school year, students are not allowed to use their phones in the classroom or hallways. Seals loves this idea because students are now focused more and focus on their assignments with a greater depth.

When asked about what changes he would like to see, Seals said, “We need a renovation of our building. Our students deserve to go to a school that is up-to-date with 21st century standards.”

Seals says so far he is having a great school year.

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Amiyah Crittenden, Staff Writer
Amiyah Crittenden, 12, is a student whose favorite subject is Math and History. After high school, Amiyah plans to go to her dream college, Kennesaw State, which is located in Kennesaw, Georgia. She wants to major in accounting and have a minor in management.

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