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Meet the new teachers: Dalton Savage

Hannah Teifke, Memorial Contributing Writer

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Dalton Savage, a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, has been largely impacted by teachers throughout his life, and he hopes to pass that feeling on to the next generation by teaching Oklahoma History.

Since beginning his career path, he has seen the many different sides of students, which has given him better ideas on how to educate today’s youth.

“The students are great,” Savage said. They come with their own thoughts and perspectives, so it makes me interested in coming to school every day.”

Results of a day at school can be unpredictable, but Savage comes to school every day with the hope to influence his students to love learning.

“I’ve always felt that Edmond schools have high quality teachers and they also provide resources for teachers that help make us be successful,” Savage said.

The teachers have been able to help Savage be a successful instructor, but he has also had a lot of help from another group of people within the school. Savage has been dedicated to working towards his goal and he has been doing his best job of teaching and impacting students.

“I believe that learning is a lasting frontier and we just continue as lifelong learners,” Savage said.

Savage has been dedicated to working towards his goal and he has been doing his best job of teaching and impacting students. Along with student support, the faculty has provided support for each and every teacher at Memorial, and they have kept this support since Savage arrived at the school.

“I like the close bond and that we are really a family,” Savage said. “The faculty has been great and I feel really supported by the administration.”

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