Good-bye Mr. Hogan!

Submitted by angela.killian on Fri, 09/23/2011 - 13:45
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On Thursday, September 22nd Mt. Loafer students and staff said goodbye to Mr. Hogan and hello to Mr. Talbot.  How do we say goodbye to an old friend and hello to a new friend in the same minute?  Aloha is maybe the best way.  In the Hawaiian language, it can mean hello or goodbye. It also means love and affection.  The main purpose of the word Aloha is to serve as a reminder to treat people with deep care and respect.  

Mt. Loafer is a long way from Hawaii but there is definitely the spirit of Aloha that exists within the walls of the school.  The staff consists of people who treat each other and students with care and respect.  We want to thank Mr. Hogan for contributing to the culture of caring that exists at Mt. Loafer and welcome Mr. Talbot to our wonderful school.  Mr. Talbot is coming to us from Maple Mountain High School where he has been the head night custodian.  Aloha!!