Mr. Clark Interview

I sat down with Mr. Clark, the newest CTE teacher at Apex High School. I asked him some questions about his past experience, and how he likes Apex so far.

Q: How do you like Apex High School so far?

A: “I think it has been great. We have overcome a lot of obstacles with moving into the new school. This whole family has come together to support me as a beginning teacher.”

Q: Who is your favorite co-worker?

A: “I’m going to have to go with Ms. Hoskins. We have worked together a lot, been right beside each other. She’s crazy just like me.” 

Q: Where did you work before Apex High?

A: “I just graduated from N.C. State.”

Q:Who do you eat lunch with?

A: “Sometimes I eat in my room; sometimes I go to Ms. Hoskins’ and eat with the crowd in there. We also have CTE meals on Friday.”

Q: What do you cover in your classes?

A: “We cover everything about agriculture. Agriculture affects every single part of our lives. We talk a lot about plants and then a little bit about animals. Just everything to do with agriculture.”

Q: What is your favorite period?

A: “I don’t have a favorite period; I love them all.”

Q: What do you have to say to the people considering taking your class?

A:  “If you want to take a class where you do a lot of hands on work. We go outside fairly often, and just have a lot of fun. Come on down and join us.”

Q: Do you follow any Apex sports?

A: “No, I don’t; I am going to go to the homecoming football game though.”


Thank you to Mr. Clark for taking time out of his day to do this interview. Welcome to Apex High and I hope you enjoy the rest of your time here.

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