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LHS Art Teacher Mrs. Pandiscio Remembered Fondly by Her Students

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LHS Art Teacher Mrs. Pandiscio Remembered Fondly by Her Students

LHS Art Teacher Rebecca Pandiscio. Photo courtesy of Facebook

LHS Art Teacher Rebecca Pandiscio. Photo courtesy of Facebook

LHS Art Teacher Rebecca Pandiscio. Photo courtesy of Facebook

LHS Art Teacher Rebecca Pandiscio. Photo courtesy of Facebook

Rebecca Hess, Reporter

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By Rebecca Hess

Last month, LHS’s longtime Art teacher Rebecca Pandiscio lost her battle with cancer. A fighter until the end, Mrs. P as the students called her, continued to offer kindness and compassion to her students in the time she had.

Though she was fighting the disease, students never had a dull moment with Mrs. Pandiscio. Whether it be talking about the love she had for her dogs or giving helpful tips during class, Mrs. Pandiscio always had something to say.

AP Studio Art students Jesse Blackman and Andrew Baj had known Mrs. Pandiscio all throughout their high school career.

“I’ve always loved art, and she’s constantly pushed myself and other students beyond our limits,” said LHS senior Andrew Baj.

LHS senior Jesse Blackman had a very close relationship with Mrs. Pandiscio.

“She was so humble, talented, and wise, but would never brag about all that. She was also very kind and loving to me. I really am really going to miss her,” she said.

While some remember Mrs. P. for her skills and desire to help, others remember her the small kindnesses she would show her class.

“I remember she always gave us candy in class when we were good,” said LHS senior Alondra Lopez..

Some students who didn’t have Mrs. Pandiscio still remember her good nature while they were in the E-Wing.

Freshman Renee Hess never spoke to Mrs. Pandiscio, but knew of her by always seeing her roam the halls with a smile on her face.

She will truly be missed.

LHS Art Teacher Rebecca Pandiscio. Photo courtesy of Facebook

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