Mrs. Linda Schwartz has been working here at the high school for eight years. She works in the administrative office and she enjoys working here. She is retiring this year after a successful career.
“I will miss my IHS family and seeing them around, but I’m excited to get to do new things.”
In this new chapter of her life she is planning on going on walks, kayaking, cooking and trying new things. She will miss working at IHS and miss the students and staff. She’ll miss working here at this level and she might come back next year to work in the office sporadically.
“I’ll miss having a routine. I have a routine now but after this, I’m going to have to make a new routine, like going on walks and not sitting on the couch the whole time. I’m going to miss being here very much.”
Her husband, Dr. Joe Schwartz is a full time sub and works here for half of the day. “The students in the school could not have asked for a better advocate or a bigger supporter. She loves all the students at IHS very much. For years, I spent more time with staff and patients in the office than I could with my wife. Now, In retirement and working here, I can see my wife ten times a day If I want, no matter how much it annoys her.”
Mrs. Schwartz will be missed very much. She is very appreciated by all of the students and staff. She has helped this school for eight years and her hard work will be missed.
Addison is a sophomore and a second-year reporter for the High Arrow. She enjoys baking and swimming. She is looking forward to informing the students of IHS with accurate information.
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