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By Joseph Bayse and Kolton Dudley – Dragon Times Reporters

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Landmark High School in Spanish Fork is pleased to welcome two new teachers to the school: KC Rawlinson and Peggy Hales. We had the pleasure of interviewing both of them to learn more about them and introduce them to the students and faculty of Landmark High School.

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Rawlinson’s favorite activity to do outside of school is being outdoors, hunting and riding four-wheelers and motorcycles. He is currently serving in the military. He has been in the military since 2004 where he is in the artillery and has traveled many places. Rawlinson is from Delta and graduated from Southern Utah University.

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“Working at Landmark is awesome, I love teaching the students here. They seem like they didn’t have a home at their other high school but look at Landmark as their home,” Rawlinson said. Before starting at Landmark, he taught biology at Granger High School for two years.

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Hales used to work at South Jordan Middle School before coming to Landmark. She is from Burlington, Idaho. Peggy loves to read and likes going on road trips; her favorite one is going to Disneyland. There was one time when she traveled out of the country and went into Canada. Hales said she enjoys the students here and enjoys teaching them.

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