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From Elementary to High School

Exchanging an elementary setting for a high school one, Courtney Sipac takes on the work as Arlington High School’s newest cafeteria worker. A mother of four boys and one young lady, Ms. Sipac enjoys resting and sipping venti java chips and peppermint mochas from Starbucks. She says that her face gives off a mean vibe, but she is actually really nice. Her coworkers agree on her talkative but enjoyable personality.

“She’s exceptionally inviting with the students and staff,” says Julie Koonce, AHS Cafeteria Worker. Ms. Sipac appreciates working with the students and loves to joke with them. Her part within the cafeteria ranges from doing the dishes, being a backup cashier, and stocking. “Courtney is additionally currently preparing on the register,” says Natalie Doan, a coworker of Sipac.

Before coming to AHS, Ms. Sipac worked in upkeep at Lakeland Elementary School for six years. In spite of the fact that she says that high schoolers have no personality like the elementary students, she says Arlington contains a “good bunch of kids.” She really enjoys the environment and being able to interact with the students and her colleagues.

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