By Emma Mangum// Activities and Assemblies Editor
Posey. Between the diet coke and her camera, she rules the school. Everyone that has had Posey knows that she’s a jokester, a hard worker, and cares about each one of her students. She also isn’t interested in anything formal, so when it came to asking her questions, she would rather answer some “Would You Rather” questions.
Q: Would you rather lose all of you money and valuables, or lose all of your photos you have ever taken?
A: She would much rather lose all of her money and valuables. She answered this very quickly. Everyone has seen Posey at a sporting event, taking pictures for everyone, and in her office, she has a board covered in some of her favorite photos. During class, she is always showing me her new favorite pictures. She values photos above all money. She said “photos remind you of your life, and you don't want to forget that”.
Q: Would you rather live in the wilderness far from civilization or live on the streets of a city as a homeless person?
A: Wilderness. Posey is a wild woman. As you can see from her board in her office and her instagram, you can tell that she is a outdoorsy person. She is known for all of the huskies that she has and considered each one of them family. So when choosing between being in the streets or out under the stars, it was an easy choice for her.
Q: Would you rather be the first person to explore a planet or be the inventor of a drug that cures a deadly disease?
A: She would much rather discover a drug that can cure a deadly disease. As we know, Posey has a soft spot. She cares about her students and their well being. This definitely shows through this choice.
Q: Would you rather be completely invisible for one day or be able to fly for one day?
A: “Flying would be so cool. I’ve always dreamed of being able to lift up my arms and just soar”. Everyone has had the dream of being able to fly all over the city. After asking a random handful of people, 70% of them wanted to fly over being invisible for a day.
Q:Would you rather know when you are going to die or how you are going to die?
A: “I would rather know when. Trying to avoid death doesn’t sound fun.” She would much rather live her life to the fullest. When asking this same question to 3 other students, all of them agreed with her, that it’s better to know when then how.
Q: Would you rather be transported 500 years into the future or 500 into the past?
A: She would much rather be transported 500 years into the past. She said that she has “always thought it was interesting”, everything that happened in the past. She has always wished that she could live at some time in the past.