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Getting to know our staff: Dr. Grevera

Taylor Zabrenski, Student Writer

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What are your hobbies outside of school?

  • Hunting, fishing, and reading.

 

What is something most people don’t know about you?

  • Most people don’t know that I have a religious side and that while in high school and early in college, I contemplated becoming a priest.

 

If you could meet one person, living or dead, who would it be? Why?

  • If i had the opportunity to talk to someone it would be my dad. He passed away my first summer when I became superintendent at Nanticoke. I would catch him up on things with my family and kids and I would meet him for breakfast one last time.

 

What is your favorite band – or – who is your favorite singer?

  • Currently my phone is filled with Jason Aldean.

 

What is your favorite song of all time?

  • Cruise by Florida Georgia Line

 

What is your favorite place to eat?

  • Marianacci’s Italian restaurant in Wyoming

 

What is the most unique place you’ve ever visited? Why?

  • Yugoslavia. At the time Yugoslavia was a communist government. I was shocked at the time to be approached by an armed officer who threatened to take my camera because I took a picture at the airport.

 

Do you have any pets? If so, what are they?

  • No pets, but my son has a pet turtle.

 

What is your biggest pet peeve?

  • Spelling and grammatical errors.

 

What inspired you to become a teacher?

  • I was always interested in history. I loved history and decided to major in history in college. Additionally, I always wanted to be in a career whereby I would help people.

 

What do you like most about teaching?

  • I love the people that I work with. Dedicated teachers, staff, and school board. All people that I work with are highly dedicated to the students at GNA.

 

What is your biggest piece of advice for students?

  • My biggest piece of advice for students is to choose a career that they will be happy in. Each student has strengths and these strengths should translate into a great career. In the world today, we should always be kind to one another no matter what our differences seem to be. Diversity is our strength as a nation.

 

 

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