WES People

Get to Know Mr. Savage

By Orlaith A. Dill and Elise Flanagan

In our interview with Mr. Savage we got to know him a lot more than we normally would just walking down the halls of Wayne Elementary.  Other than his usual friendly and helpful self, we learned a lot more of what makes Mr. Savage tick.

Mr. Savage’s favorite subject is leadership, which makes sense since he is the assistant principal. We asked him what he likes most about being assistant principal, and he said, “Everything!”

We Mr. Savage in the lobby of the secondary classrooms for about 20-30 minutes. The conversation was very informative and funny. Here are some examples of things we learned.

One of the most important things we learned is that he wrote a song called “Everyday You” for his wife. That shows that he is very caring and kind.

He told us he enjoys being the Assistant Principal at WES, but he misses seeing every class once a week like he did when he taught music. He didn’t think about being a teacher when he was growing up, he wanted to be a justice on the Supreme Court.

His favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Eagles, his favorite instrument is the saxophone, his favorite teacher growing up was Mr. Dennick, and his favorite thing about his new job is the kids. He loves helping kids be better students.

We found out that Mr. Savage has a family with three children and no pets.

The funniest thing we learned was when we asked him what he likes to do in his free time and Mr. Savage said, “learn to play golf and video games.”

Those are some of the things we learned about Mr. Savage.

We loved getting to know Mr. Savage a little more and we hope you did too!

 

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