Last week Lauren Weppler was put to the test more than 20 feet in the air when working at New River Community and Technical College, but this week she had to get students ready for their next Geometry test.
Weppler took on the task of Trading Places at Greenbrier East High School with special education teacher Susie Surber.
Surber has been teaching for more than 20 years and is home at her alma mater as a Spartan.
"It's dream come true to be back," said Surber who is teaching Weppler how to take control of her class of more than 15 students.
Surber had Weppler first take attendance of the class full of sophomore students.
Weppler then had to use the smart and black boards on teaching the students how to formulate problems using parallelograms and trapezoids.
Once the assignments were given for the day Weppler had to give the students one-on-one attention when helping them with their problems.
It's that personal attention Surber tries every day to achieve with her students.
"There is one goal that I have if the kids can walk away from my classroom and at sometime make the right decision somewhere on something that's special to me," said Surber who has a bigger vision for all of her students at Greenbrier East High School.
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