Maya Ortiz

Science teacher Cassandra DeBottis celebrates as her name is announced as the faculty homecoming queen.

Cassandra DeBottis, English

Walking into Cassandra Debottis’ bright, colorful classroom for fifth period is the highlight of my day. I’m greeted with a smile and I’m automatically in a better mood.

On the first day of school, I walked into her patho-physiology classroom and looked around thinking about how this couldn’t be a science classroom. There’s a couch next to her desk and LED lights all around the room. Soon, it felt like a science room because of how cold it was there.

I appreciate the way Mrs. Debottis teaches. I particularly like how she’s open to suggestions about assignments and puts into consideration the things we want to do. Her daily work and summatives are always enjoyable and keep me interested in the unit.

Fifth period might be the most fun class I’ve ever been in. I enjoy class every single day because we’re always doing something fun. Mrs. Debottis is interactive and makes learning about diseases very exciting.

If I’m ever having a rough day, I completely forget why I was upset as soon as I step foot in Mrs. Debottis’ classroom. I’ll always remember her for her kindness and understanding nature.

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