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Ellen Casaletto

Ellen Casaletto, High School Social Studies Teacher

Q. What made you want to work in education?

“I wanted to work in education because I want to help young people learn all the incredible, awesome [people] they can be. You guys are students, you’re teenagers, but you have the power to go out and change the world, make a difference. I want to help show you how awesome you guys are.”

Q. How many years have you been working in education?

‘This is my first year.”

Q. What made you decide to work at GCAA?

“I came in for my interview, and I first was blown away walking in the building, seeing all the incredible artwork from the students, and hearing music blasting. I saw students walking through the halls, and they were all happy, and they had great relationships with the teachers. I was like ‘Oh my god! This place is really cool. These students are awesome. I need to be a part of this.’”

Q. What’s one of your favorite hobbies?

“I enjoy skydiving.”

Q. What are you most looking forward to this year?’

“I’m looking forward to getting to know all the students in this school and trying to form relationships.”

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