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10 Questions with Ms. Maley

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Scott Hoskins
Ms. Maley talks with the faculty during a faculty meeting.

The week of April 3-April 7 has been designated National Assistant Principal’s Week. To honor West Creek’s four assistant principals, The Coyote Caller is publishing Q&A’s with the administration team so that readers can get to know more about the person behind the job.

Today’s Q&A is with Ms. Maley, the 11th-grade administrator. Ms. Maley has worked at West Creek since January 2022.

Question: How long have you been an administrator?

Answer: Since 2014

Q: What subject area/grades did you teach?

A: “I taught 6th grade math.”

Q: Where did/have you taught?

A: I taught at Kenwood Middle School for 17 years.”

Q: Why did you choose to go into administration?

A: “I wanted to be able to work with teachers and help them grow but I also wanted to work with students as well.”

Q: What positives do you see in this generation of students?

A: “Students have a harder time than when I was their age. Students have a lot of care for others, but at times it’s hard for them to show it and help.”

Q: What is a guilty pleasure for you?

A: “Zebra cakes, Little Debbie cakes, and traveling” 

Q: Dog or cat person?

A: “Dogs! I don’t like cats at all. My dog is a Golden Doodle, and I like her more than anyone else at times.”

Q: If you were stranded on a deserted island with only one genre of music to listen to, what would it be?

A: “My mood changes and I listen to everything, but if I had to choose one genre, it would probably be country.” 

Q: What is one interesting thing that students might not know about you?

A: “I was a math teacher, and I come from a very big family.”

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