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The Sleepy Eye Herald Dispatch - Sleepy Eye, MN
  • Educator Q&A Katie Moosbrugger

  • Katie Moosbrugger, Media Center instructor, St. Mary's School
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  • What inspired you to become a teacher?
    "My mom is a seventh grade English teacher and I also love Plato and he was a teacher." 
    What is most challenging as a teacher? Why?
    "Seeing kids with a lot of great potential who let their gifts go to waste. I wish every student realized how valuable they are to class." 
    What teaching moment is most memorable?
    "The last day of school, two of my students wrote me a "goodbye" note in German and stuck it in "the wit box," which is a box the kids could put jokes in that we would read each Friday." 
    More about Katie
    Experience: Katie was a long-term German sub at Sauk Rapids and Rice High Schools. She also student taught German at Apple Valley High School.
    Hometown: Princeton.
    Education: Katie graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a major in Catholic Studies and German and minors in education and philosophy.
    Family: Katie's family includes her mom, Karen, her dad, John and her younger brother, Tim.
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