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Olivia Gauvin

Ms. Suzanne Torrence

“I seriously pinch myself that this is my job. This is my 25th year here [at LHS], so I got hired here fresh out of college. I just adore my students; I adore my community; I adore my co-workers. I can’t say enough how lucky I feel to be working here. And, I love teaching physics… I could picture myself, I suppose, being a math teacher, but to love a subject, I couldn’t love anything more than physics,” Ms. Suzanne Torrence, a Regular Physics teacher at LHS, emphasized.

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