Hartselle High School
Who's New at HHS!
Dylan Bunnell, Special Education Aide
What is your full name?
A: Dylan Patrick Bunnell
Q: How old are you?
Q: How do you think your age affects your relationship with the student body?
A: By being younger it helps me build relationship with the student because you can relate to the students better. Makes the experience unique.
Q: What have your previous jobs been?
A: Last year helped at Crestline, Doublehead Resort in Town Creek (worked maintenance and recreation), Special ED in Lexington High, was a substitute teacher after high school
Q: What did you want to be when you were little?
A: Basketball coach and teacher
Q: What was your first honest opinion of Hartselle High?
A: Large but put together. There is also a lot of inner school unity. Kids are also very impressive. There are many good kids and people period. People here do the things the right way and that is why I was attracted to Hartselle High. Everyone has championship DNA. Hartselle successes in all field not just in one field. And the student try to be the best they can be. Another cool thing about Hartselle is they have classes and clubs that will actually help learn skill and determine what they want to do in the future. For example career prep and BTA. But I feel like the students should join and become more involved than sitting in the gym. Overall Hartselle feel like my home to me.
Q: What were you like in high school?
A: I was your typical jock, I played football, basketball (which is my favorite), and baseball. But I was straight A student to be able to play those sports. I was also very social and very involved in school. I was a procrastinator though. I also was very mindset, if I wanted to do something I put my all into it, I never had a plan b. I went to Lexington High.
Q: What type of music do you listen to?
A: Country and folk music
Q: What are your Favorite books, movies, or TV shows?
A: Book – Swing your Sword - Movie – Armageddon - TV- Justified