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Student News of Liberty High School

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Student News of Liberty High School

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Student News of Liberty High School

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Meet the New Art Teacher: Ms. Bradley

Bradley took over for Ms. Vo as the art fundamentals and drawing classes
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Ms. Bradley is looking forward to this school year and many more to come.

There are many new teachers around the building this year. One of the new faces is new art teacher, Ms. Bradley.

Bradley was the art teacher at Journey Elementary for three years and, in total, she has been teaching for eight years. She graduated from the University of Illinois earning a degree in animal sciences, then ended up going back to school at Illinois State for art education.

When Bradley isn’t teaching, she’s usually creating art, listening to music, or doing something outdoors.

“I love to go see my friend’s band play. They just had a festival and it was outdoors, it was super fun.” Bradley commented.

Bradley was an artist since she was little and she has alway had a natural talent for art. When Bradley was a kid, she would watch cartoons and practice tracing them from memory.

“I started doing it on paper and I just noticed people giving verbal feedback and it makes you want to do more,” Bradley said. “What I really love about it is that it gets me into a state of calm and flow where time can go by fast and I don’t really notice.”

When asked who does she like teaching more, elementary students or high schoolers, Bradley said while she’ll miss the little kids, she feels like high school is where she belongs. The reason she left Journey was because she always dreamt of teaching high school and was excited to apply for the position.

She said Liberty is “very easy going, which is how I am” and that she is going to fit in nicely.

Mrs. Biere, who is the art department chair, says that she loves working with Bradley and thinks she is a very kind hearted person.

“Mrs. Bradley is very thorough.  I appreciate that she is on top of things as a teacher and is ready for the day,” Biere said. “She also has some very cool ideas for students and I look forward to seeing the creativity grow in her classes.”

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Bryden Bell, Reporter
Bryden Bell is a sophomore and this is her second year in publications. She enjoys listening to Taylor Swift, hanging out with her friends, and does archery in St. Charles. Her favorite thing to do outside of school is reading, she read over 15 books this summer! When she graduates, she hopes to go to Texas A&M to become a veterinarian. She hopes to get a job sometime this year and earn some money for a car.

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