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Shannon and Jennifer have been bestie’s for quite some time, one and a half years. They met when Shannon first started working at MPHS and they became best friends immediately.

Jennifer, Nadiley Madison, and Shannon.

Shannon wanted to become a behavior interventionist because she likes to build relationships with students. She went to college and got a masters degree in teaching. While she was working on her masters, she was a group fitness instructor. She was also a P.E, geography, and a 5th & 6th grade teacher.

Favorite Hobby: Hiking, working out, lifting weights, running, & skiing

Favorite Food: Pizza

Favorite Color: Blue

Height: 5’4

Favorite Drink: Coffee

Loves most about Jennifer: Her spunkiness


Jennifer wanted to become a behavior interventionist because she likes working with kids. Before becoming a behavior interventionist, Jennifer was a store manager for Sears.

Favorite Hobby: Being with her family

Favorite Color: Changes everyday

Favorite Food: Pasta

Height: 5’6

Favorite Drink: Water

Loves most about Shannon: How she’s nonjudgmental and helpful to everyone

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Nadiley Madison
Nadiley Madison, Former Staff Reporter
Nadiley Madison is a sophomore at MPHS. She writes opinion stories and takes photos. This is Nadiley's first year on the Pipeline staff.
Tamara Oyimi
Tamara Oyimi, Former Staff Reporter
Tamara Oyimi is a sophomore and a writer on “Opinions”. She is most interested in taking photos and interviewing students. She spends most of her time chilling and watching tv shows. 
Aili Morey
Aili Morey, Former Staff Reporter
Aili Morey is a sophomore and first-year staff reporter for The Pipeline. Her favorite food is wings and her favorite color is blue. She takes photos and writes articles for The Pipeline.
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