KEARNEY — There’s nothing Gloria Ourada-Simonson says she doesn’t like about teaching.
Even though she officially retired in 2008, she’s still in the classroom all the time. Just this last week, she was scheduled to sub every day in Lexington.
She says she believes in discipline in the classroom and setting up an environment where students are sure the teacher is in charge so that they are ready to learn.
But students might also catch her “dabbing” in the hallways.
“It’s just fun is what it is,” she said of forming relationships with kids in first through 12th grade. “I do all kinds of screwy things with the kids. For an example, when this