DCHS adds two new staff members

Cynthia Rossi, Staff Writer

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At the beginning of every new school year, we are greeted by fresh faces. Whether it is a foreign exchange student, teacher, or administrator, their presence in our lives is something that does not go unnoticed. This year, two new teachers have joined the DCHS teaching staff: Mrs. Tice, who is teaching ICP, and Mrs. Miller, who is teaching health careers.

Angel Prince

Mrs. Miller

What inspired you to start teaching?

 

I love that I have a flexible schedule so that I can spend breaks with my kids and I was planning on going to school to get my Masters degree anyway to become a teacher.

 

What was your job before teaching?

 

I was a home health nurse.

 

Who is included in your family?

 

I have a daughter Makenzy who is in 8th grade. My son Reed is in 5th grade, and Wayne is my husband!

 

How do you like working at Delphi so far?

 

It has been good but it has its moments. Just like anywhere.

 

If you were to travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

 

I would go to Jamaica. I love it there!

Angel Prince

Mrs. Tice

What inspired you to start teaching?

 

I planned on being a vet at first, but when I was accepted to vet school, I couldn’t stop thinking about missing my kids.

 

What was your job before teaching?

 

I was a mom and a housewife.

 

Who is in your family?

 

I have a daughter who is sixteen that goes to Harrison. I also have 4 dogs, 1 cat, and a bearded dragon.

 

How do you like working at Delphi so far?

 

I like it! I have a good group of kids who work hard and have a lot of personality!

 

If you were to travel to one place in the world, where would you go?

 

I want to go to the Brazilian rainforest!

 

DCHS is elated to have these two as an addition to our staff!

About the Contributors
Cynthia Rossi, staff writer
Cynthia is a sophomore at Delphi and is thrilled to be a part of the Parnassus staff this year. She is a member of the Delphi Poms dance team, Student Council, and Entertainers. In her spare time she enjoys baking, singing, and spending time with her four cats. She plans on working in the field...
Angel Prince, writer/photographer
Angel is a junior at Delphi and this is his first year being a Parnassus staff member. His hobbies include running track and being part of the Poms  team. Hanging with friends and family are the two most important things to him. After high school, Angel plans on attending Purdue University to major in the...
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