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St. Marks Retired Staff

Find out which retired teachers have been golfing, reading and scrap booking.

Retirement is an amazing thing for teachers. Many of us are left wondering what our retired teachers are doing now. We have asked two retired St. Marks teachers a few questions to see their thoughts on teaching and what they are up to now. 

  Mrs. Macari has been teaching literature for 25 years and the thing she misses most is seeing her teacher peers and all her friends she had at school. She also misses the 6th and 7th graders smiling faces. 

  During her retirement, Mrs. Macari has been doing her two favorite things in life: traveling, and seeing her wonderful gran-babies. One thing she was surprised about retirement was not having that beginning of the school year buzz where all the teachers were in their rooms. Some hobbies Mrs. Macari has been doing include: scrap booking photos and reading for pleasure.

Mr. King has taught P.E. at St. Marks for 30 years and the thing he misses most is seeing his students everyday. He loved getting paid for something he loved to do. “I’ve always told people that I haven’t worked a day in my life,” said Mr. King.

Some of the things Mr. King has been doing during his retirement include: improving his golf game and seeing his mom and dad. 

We greatly appreciate everything these teachers have done for us and all the things they taught us in and out of the classroom. We truly miss both of them. They have left a huge impact on the students and staff at St. Marks. Even though they left St. Marks, their legacy will live forever.

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Emerson, Middle School Renwick Review
This is my first year of joining Renwick Review.I go to St.Marks.I play basketball volleyball and track. I really like how competitive all the schools are when it comes to sports.It always adds to the excitement of the game. The people that inspire me the most are my friends. They are very supportive of me and always want me to achieve my goals.
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I am Ali, and this is my first year editing. I am involved in 3 school activities such as volleyball, basketball, and track. On the outside of school I barrel race. One thing that I appreciate  about Renwick is that most of the people here are really nice, and helpful. A person that inspires me is Markquis Nowell because he is short and also an underdog but, still has confidence.
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This is my first year partaking in Renwick Review. I go to school at St. Marks. I am involved in volleyball, basketball, and track. One thing that I appreciate about Renwick is all of the great students and staff members. I am most inspired by my teachers, they care so much about us, support us, and give us amazing goals to strive for.
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I am Claire and this is my first year with Renwick Review. I am involved in volleyball, basketball, track and scholars bowl at Andale Middle School. I also love traveling and going to the lake. One thing I like about Renwick is how nice all the teachers and staff are, and how much they support us. Someone who inspires me is Kristie Winter because she is hardworking and never gives up.
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    IsabelAug 30, 2023 at 7:22 pm

    Last year, Mrs. Macari was my home room teacher and she was absolutely amazing. Mr. King has been teaching me P.E. since kindergarten and I always looked forward to going to his class.

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