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Ms.Giscombe: From teacher to assistant principal

Jamal Quinones
Ms. Giscombe taught Living Environment at BRHS before becoming an assistant principal at the school.

Starr Giscombe taught science last year. This year she is one of the school’s assistant principals. She share her views on school, life and more below. 

Q: What was your favorite subject in school? Why? 

A: Math was my favorite subject in school. It was easy to understand, straightforward and always had a definite answer. Plus, it was all logic and facts.

Q:What kind of student were you in High School?

Jamal Quinones

A: I was like a cool nerd. Chill and laid back but smart.

Q: How do you feel about being the  new assistant principal? 

A: Exciting! It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a while; everyone asks a lot of you and always comes to you for something but I’m really excited.

Q: Where did you attend/go to college? 

A: I went to Stony Brook University for my bachelors, Lehman for my masters and St. Rose for my second masters. I’m currently attending Concordia University of Wisconsin for my Doctorate.

Q: What do you like to do for fun?

A:  I like to travel , a lot. Also,  anything that has to do with adventure parks or amusement parks and water parks.

Q: Do you have any pets? What kind? Names? 

A:  I have a dog it’s a Shiba Inu and her name is Nala.

Ms. Giscombe taught Living Environment before becoming an assitant principal at BRHS. (File Photo)
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Aliyah Ali is the oldest of three younger siblings. She loves to write, read, sketch and create music.
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Jamal Quinones has many talents that even surprise him. He is a writer, photographer, an athlete and is known as the  "The Rubik's Cube Master."

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