GBHS teachers’ talents span from salsa to spartan races
Three GBHS teachers talk their passions outside of school.
Ava Hammond, Staff Writer
Anthony Davis’ life on a homestead
What exactly is a homestead? “It’s kind of a quiet way of saying it’s a small farm… You have kind of a smaller property in which you’re not completely independent. You’re growing things in such a way that you’re a little but more in touch and in tune with environmental stewardship.” Why did you want to own a homestead? “We knew we wanted to own a larger property to raise animals on. We have d...
Steve Miller enjoys ‘spartan races’
What exactly is a spartan race? “It’s basically a running race through hills with a lot of elevation changes and obstacles like monkey bars and crawling through barbed wire… There are typically 26 obstacles.” When did you start doing spartan races? “I started training earlier this year. I’ve always been really interested in Spartan and terrain racing… It's also a connection ...
Grant Adams: Spanish teacher can salsa
Why did you start salsa dancing? “Ever since I learned how to speak Spanish, the Hispanic culture has been a big part of my life…I just really grabbed a hold of that and learned as much as I could.” What is your favorite part of salsa dancing? “It’s energetic… like a high-octane aerobics class. When you can do the steps properly and have a partner that follows you, there’s a cert...
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