Meet and Greet: Science Teachers

Emilee Guernsey , Editor-in-chief

The science department gained one new teacher, but also a familiar face to juniors and seniors.

lozano_hopeHope Lozano

Lozano is the new on-level and Pre-AP Chemistry teacher.

Q: What do you like so far about CP or the community in general?
A: I like the school spirit, the supportive administration, and the fun attitude of the teachers in the science department.

Q: If you could have a superpower what would it be?
A: Easy: teleportation (I hate long car rides!)

Q: What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
A: I like spending time with my husband and son, baking, and watching Netflix.

Q: What is your must-have item when teaching?
A: I’ve got to have an attentive student!


Brent Grissom

Coming back from his adventure in Hawaii, Grissom has taken his place teaching on-level and Pre-AP Biology again.

Q: Why do you like teaching Biology?
A: I like teaching high school and bio, particularly freshman, because high school is a higher level science, and you get to open the doors so the students can see how science and the real world really work hand in hand.

Q: What extracurricular activities were you involved in in high school?
A: I did band for a year, I didn’t like it. I was in tennis and theater.

Q: What is your favorite movie ever?
A:  Blade Runner. The epic movie from, I believe, 1981, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Harrison Ford and Daryl Hannah. It’s brilliance.

Q: If you were in a zombie apocalypse, what would your role be?
A: I would be the one breeding the zombies.

Q: What is your dream vacation?
A: Not Hawaii.