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French teacher Beverly Randall talks with sophomore Maya Ortiz and junior Ryan Eckerty during the French Symposium on April 2.

Beverly Randall, French

Learning French has always seemed like a fun idea for me. I didn’t really get into French until I took the class my sophomore year. My sophomore year went smoothly until COVID hit. My junior year, I just slacked off and didn’t work, which ultimately led to me being in the class again my senior year. At the end of my junior year, my counselor tried to put me in a different language, but Madame Randall told my counselor to keep me in French because she knew it would benefit me in the long run. 

Madame Randall never gave up on me passing her class. Being in her class for three years now, I know she’s determined to have all her students pass her class and is always up for answering all your questions.  Even when I ask her about 10 questions a day, she is willing to  answer all of them without hesitation. 

My senior year has been my best year in French. We’ve gotten to know each other these past couple of years. During the end of my class period I always tend to ask her non-French related questions just to get to know her a little more. I always ask her about her career or just college questions and she never turns down a question. She is always proud of me when I tell her awards I’ve won in journalism. I’ve never told her but I appreciate her never giving up on me and helping me pass so I get to walk the stage at graduation. 

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