By Paul Jones
As I walk around the high school and peer into the classrooms, I will most likely see the same thing. A group of students, some paying attention and some not, looking toward a teacher who is directing the class.
As long as I do not look into room A210 where Mrs. McKee teachers her Latin classes, I see the same type of male and female. Caucasian. Now in no way is that a bad thing, nor is it major plight against other races, but it does raise a question. Why is it that there is only one teacher of color, Mrs. McKee, in the entire senior high school?