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Oakmont’s Drama department gets a new teacher

An inside on the new Drama teacher at Oakmont.
Leah Maupin
The new head drama teacher and director for the Oakmont drama program: Mark Cornfield.

Mark Cornfield began his Oakmont journey this year, and is very excited about the fresh perspective and arising opportunities

Cornfield used to be a drama teacher at Rancho Cordova, but decided to switch to Oakmont this year, really enjoying the diversity and ambition that our fellow Oakmont students have.

“The dance teacher, Mrs. Huber, made it seem like it was a great school to work at, and I thought this would be a lot of fun,” Cornfield said.

Cornfield didn’t start out teaching drama, and actually started working as an actor and director. However, that didn’t last long as he began to substitute teach, and finally became a full time drama teacher.

“Next thing I know I got a phone call to take over a drama program and never looked back,” Cornfield said.

Cornfield is very excited to see what he can bring to the Oakmont Drama department, and how he can make an impact on the students.

“I want to make us feel like it’s a program we can really be proud of and compete with other schools,” Cornfield said.

Cornfield is very excited about making a difference this year and making the drama department the best it can be.

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Leah Maupin, Staff Writer
Leah Maupin is a junior and is in her third year of Journalism. She loves to write and listen to music in her free time when shes not playing soccer or on Instagram Reels. She loves spending time with friends and family and is excited for another year of Journalism.

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