Q&A With Mrs. Peggy Gormon
by Jaydon Melton
Mrs. Peggy Gormon is retiring this year. She has been the treasurer here at Mooresville for about 21 years now and is excited about retiring. She has learned many things over the years.
Question: What's is your job and what do you do?
Answer: I'm the treasurer at the high school and my job is to keep track of all the money coming in and out.
Question: What other jobs have you had here before?
Answer: I've always been in the office. I’ve been the assistant treasurer when I first started..
Question: What things have you learned here?
Answer: There's a lot of work and a lot of money involved here.
Question: What advice would you give to someone starting out as a treasurer?
Answer: There is a lot more involved then what you actually think.
Question What are you plans afterwards?
Answer: Nothing definite yet my husband still has a pretty large mowing business so he stays real busy from April to the until the end of November I am going to spend a lot more time with my mom she’s 90 years old and is requiring more of my time. I also plan to spend time with my grandsons who live right down the street.
Question: Did you like it here as a kid?
Answer: Oh yeah, I liked it here as a kid. It's a great place to grow up.
She has seen Mooresville High School change from when she went here as a kid to the time she started working her to now as she retires. She is going to miss all of her colleagues as she says goodbye this summer. She is counting down the days to her retiring day.
Ryan has been Mrs. Gormons teachers assistant for 2 years. Over the years they have shared bonds made jokes and have had much fun together. Unfortunately she is leaving this year and and will be missed by students and staff dearly.
Question: How long have you been a teacher's assistant for Mrs. Gorman?
Answer: I've been a teacher's assistant for Mrs. Gormon for 2 years.
Question: What have you learned about her over the time of being a teacher's assistant for her?
Answer: I've learned about her family and we make jokes a lot.
Question: What do you do as her teachers assistant?
Answer: We run passes out for her.
Question: Will you miss her?
Answer: Yes, we will miss her.
Question: What will you miss most about her and why?
Answer: I will miss her jokes and her being humorous.
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