Staff spotlight: Mr. Joyner

Blake Thompson, Sandra Escobar

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Mr.Joyner, a seventh grade Texas history teacher is indifferent about his job he says “its rewarding but frustrating.” He wanted to be a professional basketball player when he was a child, but he wanted a job that contribute to his community.

He is funny and makes learning enjoyable for most of the students in his classes.

Mr.Joyner is really loud, although it comes in handy when people start talking and get too loud and stop listening  to the lesson.

His favorite person from history is  Lyndon B. Johnson or known as LB jay. He was the vice president when John.F Kennedy was assassinated in 1964.

Over the Christmas break Mr.Joyner’s tendons ripped away from his bone. He had cut into a tree and pushed the tree forwards and then let go, and the tree broke the laws of physics and it fell backwards and ripped both tendon’s on his right arm.

He enjoys working out, he says it makes him feel better and He enjoys playing golf, and fixing houses. Although at the moment he is unable to do any of that because of his arm, but he currently is recovering from his injuries.

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4 Responses to “Staff spotlight: Mr. Joyner”

  1. Leah Biache on April 5th, 2018 10:06 am

    This article is cool. I didn’t know much about Mr. Joyner. It was also cool how you got his favorite person in history. Nice ‘job!

  2. Aidiana Hernandez on April 5th, 2018 12:44 pm

    This article is great! I LOVE Mr.Joyer, he was my favorite teacher as a 7th grader

  3. Mona Casas on April 5th, 2018 12:46 pm

    I loved getting to know more about my favorite teacher at dobie. shh.

  4. Zoe Robalino on September 28th, 2018 2:55 pm

    I never really knew Mr.Joyner that well but this was written from the grammer to vocab you used and very interesting. Good job!

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Staff spotlight: Mr. Joyner