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Carol Giesing

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Registered: 12/3/04
Posted: Aug 4, 1997 1:34 PM
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Hello Everyone,
My name is Carol Giesing, born in Carlisle, Pa. I have lived in
California since I was 4 and in San Diego since I was ten. Does that make
me an almost native?

I am married and have 3 lovely children, two boys and a daughter.
only my youngest son is not married. I have been having fun with my
grandchildren, lately.
I love fractals, chaos, music, quilt making, surfing in the Pacific
Ocean, swimming, snow skiing, dancing and email. Last summer, I was with
the Drei group and began working on my home page. Because of surgies I did
not get much opportunity to finish it with buttons and whistles. If you
want to see a neat home page see Judy Brown's.

Recently, like last week, I changed jobs and am no longer woking at
Hoover H.S. cluster. My new job is with the A.L.B.A. Program and we will
be working with students from all the different cluster schools in San
Diego. It is exciting to be with a new program. More to follow.

OH, I am a High School teacher and have taught classes from 7th
grade to 12th grade. I have taught all possible types of mathe from
general math to APCalculus, Computer Application, and Computer Science
including PASCAL and FORTRAN. Before I was a teacher I worked in the
Aerospce Industry, on the Atlas Missle, in the Predesign dept of Wts and
Measure, where we were just beginning to use the FORTRAN Language. Wow,
has time changed computers!!

This team, that Swarthmore Univ. has sent to San Diego to work with
us, is incredible! David, Steve, Annie and Judy, thank you.

Time to run ........*8^)

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