December Renaissance Teacher of the Month: Jane Bugden

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December Renaissance Teacher of the Month: Jane Bugden

Business teacher Ms. Jane Bugden at her desk in room 125. Budgen is in her second year at Tyrone High School.

Business teacher Ms. Jane Bugden at her desk in room 125. Budgen is in her second year at Tyrone High School.

Ava McCracken

Business teacher Ms. Jane Bugden at her desk in room 125. Budgen is in her second year at Tyrone High School.

Ava McCracken

Ava McCracken

Business teacher Ms. Jane Bugden at her desk in room 125. Budgen is in her second year at Tyrone High School.

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Eagle Eye: Why did you decide to be a teacher?

Jane Bugden: “I enjoy problem-solving and helping others solve problems- whether in math class or life.”

EE: How long have you been teaching?

JB: “I’ve taught for 12 years.”

EE: Have you taught anywhere else other than Tyrone?

JB: “Carlisle HS in PA and several schools in central Florida.”

EE: What’s your favorite teaching memory?

JB: “Teaching remedial math to middle school students resulting in improved scores on state tests and new found confidence in their ability.”

EE: If you had chosen not to teach, where would you be now?

JB: “Overseas tour guide.” 

EE: Where did you attend high school? And college?

JB: “Ridgway Area HS, Shippensburg University of PA, and University of Central Florida.”

EE: What are some of your favorite hobbies?

JB: “My favorite thing to do is travel to new places. So far Bali, Costa Rice, and Poland are my top three.”

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