Wooldridge says last goodbyes to LRHS


After three years at Leesville, Mrs. Wooldridge, English teacher, has decided to leave our school where she has made an impact on many students.

Q: Why have you decided to leave Leesville?

A: My husband, who has been in the U.S.M.C. [United States Marine Corps] for 26 years, has received a promotion. He will be transferred to the Naval Observatory and then to the Pentagon in Washington D.C.

 Q: What are your plans after leaving Leesville?

A: I plan to continue teaching and completing my Ed.S., Educational Specialist and as of now, I have yet to secure a teaching position for the 2010-2011 academic school year.

Q: What will you miss the most about Leesville?

A: I will miss everything about Leesville. As a military spouse, I have taught in many schools, so it is without a doubt that Leesville is an incredible school with an amazing student body, staff, faculty, and administrative team. I have made some really great friends here, and it is my hope that these relationships will continue long into the future. Thanks Leesville!

Q: Is there anything that you will not miss about LHS?

A: I honestly cannot think of anything that I will not miss.

Q: Is there anything that you would like to say to your fellow staff?

A: I would like to pay special thanks to my English Department colleagues for all of their support and especially for their friendship. I have learned so much from all of you, and for that I am eternally grateful. 

Q: What would you like to say to all of the students you have taught at Leesville?

A: Would ask that my students remain strong, focused, and to be an advocate for themselves always. I leave for them also one of my favorite quotes which states, “Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It is about learning to dance in the rain.”


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