Andrea Sewell


Q: Where are you from?

A: Originally, I grew up about 15 miles northeast of Stillwater in a little town called Morrison.


Q: Did you go to school there? Where did you go to college?

A: I did, for thirteen years. I played basketball for Northern Junior College for two years, and then I transferred and went to OSU and finished school.


Q: What made you want to become a teacher?

A: I have no idea. I have wanted to be a teacher since I was in fourth grade.


Q: Tell me about your hobbies.

A: Well, I guess my main hobby is that I race and train barrel racing horses. I run barrels almost every weekend.


Q: If you could be any fruit, what would you be and why?

A: I would be a cutie. Those are awesome. I love those little things. They’re so sweet.


Q: If you weren’t a teacher, what would you do?

A: I’d be a vet. I love animals.


Q: How are things going here so far?

A: Great. I have never worked anywhere like this. Never.


Q: What are your goals for the year?

A: To survive.


Q: If you could travel to any era, which would you choose and why?

A: Maybe the early 50’s, like Marilyn Monroe and all that. It seemed like an interesting time in history. There was [sic] lots of things going on like civil rights, women’s rights, and all that kind of stuff. You know, there was kind of a glamorous aspect to it at the same time and The whole “Happy Days” thing. You guys are too young to remember “Happy Days.” It was a TV show, look it up.


Q: What activities were you involved in school?

A: Everything. It was a little bitty school, like 28 kids I graduated with. Everybody did everything, but my life revolved around basketball.

Q: What were you like in High School?

A: I don’t know. I guess I was just like I am now.