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Teacher Feature Kathy Peters, Ellerth E. Larson Elementary School

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Kathy Peters

Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 12:11 pm, Fri Aug 12, 2011.

Q: Describe your typical Saturday afternoon.

A: My typical Saturday afternoon includes a ride on my horse, whether jumping a course or taking a nice long trail ride, playtime with my girls, and maybe tossing the ball for our dog in the pool. I love to finish the day with a barbecue dinner with my family.

Q: What are your favorite foods?

A: Ice cream, coffee and Mexican Food!

Q: Where is your favorite place to hang out around town?

A: My favorite place to hang out around town is with my horses at Mar Val Stables.

Q: Did you play high school or college sports?

A: I was on the dance team in high school and the equestrian team at Davis.

Q: What are your favorite books?

A: My favorite books are “The Princess Bride,” the Harry Potter series, “The Giver,” the Hunger Games series, “To Kill a Mockingbird” — too many to list! I love to read!

Q: What is your favorite television show?

A: My favorite TV shows are “Glee,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Parenthood,” “Modern Family,” and “So You Think You Can Dance!”

Q: Do you like to dance? What’s your best move?

A: I love to dance! I can do a mean crump. Just ask all of my students from science camp.

Q: If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

A: If I could have a superpower, it would be to talk to animals. I would love to know what my horses, dogs and cat are thinking.

Q: What really gives you the creeps?

A: Tarantulas! I can handle snakes, rats, mice, you name it, but I cannot handle big, hairy, creepy spiders.

Q: Where is the best place you’ve ever visited?

A: The best place I’ve ever visited is London, England. I loved the history, the art, the theater and the energy of London.

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