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At 10:52am on April 8, 2008, Matt Slagter said…
Hi Laura,

No I'm not at Brian's school. I'm the only upper school Latin teacher (and classical Greek as well).
At 9:24am on May 6, 2008, Jeffrey Beer said…
Yes, indeed. Hi Laura. Good to hear from you. I believe we read a little Catullus together. Where are you? What are you up to?
I am teaching Latin and coaching golf in New Jersey. You can see some pics of me and my family at Facebook, search my name. Let me know what's up.
At 8:45am on August 27, 2008, Valerie Johnson said…
Hi! I ran across your name here. How's things? I am living right up the street at 99th & Lorain. Sadly, I am running a bar, not teaching. Still want to, though. My lack of certification is a killer. I started the JCU program but dropped out mid-semester. It was too ridiculous. And you know that I am not a quitter! I am tutoring a kid who will be at WRA this year. It's something. :) I'd love to hear from you. My regular email is romangirl@mac.com.

At 1:36pm on September 16, 2008, Michelle Sikes said…
Dr. A!! How are you doing?? I stumbled across this page while trying to search for your email address. I'd love to hear from you, if you have a second to write to me! My email address is MMSikes@gmail.com. Hope you're doing really well, that the Latin Club is going strong, and that you've already picked out your white elephant gift for the exchange this winter... :o)!!!
At 12:02am on July 17, 2009, Valerie Johnson said…
Well, I am moving back to San Antonio! Applied on a whim when I went to visit for graduation and got a job at Central Catholic. All boys high school! 150 years old. I am renting a cute house and ready to go. I am leaving July 27. Nothing was going to happen here. I am looking at it as a two year vacation where I sat around, ate chicken pot pies and gained 30 lbs while my brain started to atrophy. So, it is for the best!

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