Building relationships helps Teacher of the Week Paul Levy share love of science with students | Sponsored: The Baton Rouge Clinic |

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Paul Levy

Saint Thomas Aquinas

Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, Chemistry Honors, Tennis

Mr. Levy is always willing to help our students, no matter if he teaches that student or students in other classes. He is the first teacher on campus every morning, is a tutor after school, and provides meaningful and personalized feedback to his students. He is the biggest advocate for students, and he always makes students take personal responsibility.

Because of my love for science, I decided to become a teacher. I was fortunate to have been taught at the Christian Brothers School of the Christian Brotherhood of New Orleans and De La Salle High School. These outstanding teachers have inspired me and shaped my love of science and my Catholic faith. I want to pass on my knowledge of the natural world to the younger generation and hope to inspire them.

I teach face-to-face students, and at the same time enlarge the quarantine at home. I have to make two sets of worksheets, activities and assessments. I never stop cleaning and disinfecting. I disinfect 166 tables in the classroom every week. However, I am happy to do my job, and I am lucky to work in such dark times.

Relationship with my students. My two favorite times of the day are before the bell rings in the morning and after the dismissal bell rings in the afternoon. I have many great students who want to say hello to me, or tell me their hunting and fishing weekends, or just come to me for some advice. These relationships make my job much easier in class.


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