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October 7, 2016

Charger of the Week: Sebastian Lee

by Maya Browning

Mr. Sebastian Lee is a new Spanish teacher here at Centennial.  He is friends and roommates with our own College and Career counselor, Aaron Chun.  Lee is a welcome addition to Centennial and is our Charger of the Week.

What do you enjoy most about Centennial?

I enjoy the energy the most and the kids. The staff is also a good part of Centennial specifically the foreign language staff.

What are your favorite hobbies?

I love to cook and anything that is outdoors I enjoy. I used to like drawing a lot but I haven’t done that in a while

What is your favorite food?

I’m from Argentina so it would have to be Argentina steak. I think it’s the best

What’s you favorite clothing brand?

Really I like anything that looks good and clean but if I would have to choose I would choose Express or Banana Republic.

If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

Well I was born in Argentina so I would want to live there if given the chance or anywhere quiet like Alaska or Ireland even Australia. Anywhere where the pacing is good for example New York is too fast paced.

If you were given $1 million dollars for the day what would you do with it?

I would probably buy a new building for Centennial. Or I would buy a nice house in Alaska separated from everything and have a bus system that would get people there.

Interesting facts

My parents are Korean but I was born in Argentina. I have never been to Korea I lived in Argentina For 16 years and thats where my Spanish comes from. I also am a Spanish teacher. Most people when they look at me they get confused. I lived in many different Spanish speaking countries like Argentina, Equador, and Spain. I can speak Spanish, Korean and English.

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