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Getting to Know Our New Vice Principal, Mrs. Davison-Nau

Getting to Know Our New Vice Principal, Mrs. Davison-Nau

Mrs. Davison-Nau is the new vice principal here at Colonia Middle School. She was kind enough to allow “The Patriot Post” to interview her so we can all get to know her better. 

First, we jumped into her background. Before coming to Colonia Middle, Mrs. Davison-Nau was an English and Special Education teacher at Colonia High School. 

Not only was she a special education teacher, but she was also the “Youth Empowerment Leader Advisor, Black Student Union Advisor, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Co-Chair, and Junior Class Advisor.” 

She said that her biggest accomplishment at CHS was “elevating student voices and helping them develop into leaders who would influence society outside of the classroom.” 

She was then asked if she had always wanted to become a principal/vice principal. Her response was that she didn’t want to until a few years back. The reason was “because I love helping people and serving them.”

When asked about her life outside of school she said, “I love to read and hang out with family and friends.  My absolutely favorite thing to do in life is laugh. “

She told us about her “two beautiful children who [she] loves dearly named Arianna (she’s 5) and Zachariah (he’s 1).” 

Mrs. Davison added that she is also a New York Giants fan, but that “… they have been disappointing me this year.”

One place that Mrs. Davison has always dreamed of going to Europe, especially Greece. She said that she has been to so many places, but never to Europe. 

When asked what the most challenging thing about being a vice principal has been, she explained that with taking care of so many students, it feels like she has a really big class.

Mrs. Davison was then asked her most challenging question, “Where do you see CMS students in the future?”

“I see the kids growing in a lot of ways; academically, socially and emotionally,” Mrs. Davison replied.

At the end of the day, Mrs. Davison seems like a great addition to CMS and we are all ready to see the great difference that she will make!


**Interview assistants: Derek Mateo & Ryan Tirado

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Shaan Mahajan
Shaan Mahajan, Newspaper Staff Reporter
Shaan Mahajan is in 7th grade. The 12 year old attends CMS (Colonia Middle School). He gets good grades and likes history. What he likes about the subject is learning about the people who made America the way it is today. Shaan likes American football and is on the swim team. He likes to play video games in his free time and is a huge car fanatic. He wants to be an entrepreneur when he grows up.

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