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By Sean Dolan
The Herald Journal 

'I'm a real person': Teachers who wear different hats

 


LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Middle school math teacher Marc Muir said delivering Domino's pizza gives him a different outlook.

"Some teachers, they're excited for Friday to come, and I think Friday is my worst day," he said.

After he turns off the lights in his South Cache Middle School classroom at 3:30 on a Friday afternoon, he has a short break before donning his Domino's uniform for an eight-hour shift.

Muir started delivering pizza 11 years ago when he was attending Utah State University and kept the gig when he started teaching three years later. He said the money was nice and he wanted to s...



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