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Mark D’Eramo

Liliana D'Andrea, News Reporter

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1.What subject do you teach?

-Mr. D’Eramo teaches Anatomy and Physiology, and Biology.

2. How long have you been teaching?

-Mr. D’Eramo has been teaching for 31 years.

3. Why did you choose this subject?

-Mr. D’Eramo chose this subject because his high school biology teacher inspired him.

4. What is your favorite thing about teaching?

– Building relationships with young people and being able to speak into their lives is Mr. D’Eramos favorite part about teaching.

5. Did you have a career prior to teaching?

-Mr. D’Eramo had no prior career to teaching.

6. Have you taught anywhere else other than Boardman?

-Mr. D’Eramo taught at Chardon High School before Boardman.

7. Where did you go to college?

-Mr. D’Eramo went to Youngstown State University for his Bachelors and Ashland University for his Masters.

8. Do you have any children?

-Mr. D’Eramo has three children. A daughter Melanie, a Boardman graduate, a son Mark, a Boardman graduate, and a daughter Makayla, a Senior at Boardman.

9. What’s your favorite color?

-Blue is Mr D’Eramos favorite color.

10. A fun fact about yourself!

-Mr. D’Eramo enjoys riding his motorcycle.

 

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