Diana Klote- Yearbook


Where did you work before this and what is your background?

Before this, I worked at Gardner-Edgerton for 2 years and I taught journalism, yearbook, newspaper, and a leadership class there.

What made you come and teach here this year?

I actually graduated from North, so it was nice to come back to the school where I graduated from and I was so excited to be a part of the Blue Valley family because they have such a great reputation and such great kids.

So what is your impression of North so far?

So far, it seems really fun. I liked meeting the rest of the staff on Friday, and it was fun to meet the other teachers, as well as see ones that taught me years ago. It is a little strange, because I do have to call them by their first names now.

What do you want your future students to know about you?

I want them to know I really like food and I really do care about each student that walks through my door, and the ones that I will not have in class.

What are your goals for this year?

For yearbook, I want to produce the best book possible, but in general, I want to learn from a lot of the teachers that are here and they can help me grow in my everyday practice.

Fun facts?

I am a certified scuba diver, I am allergic to mosquitoes, and I was on the yearbook staff at North when I was a student here.