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Mrs. Kim Hart

Mrs. Hart was born in Southern California and lived there for 25 years. She grew up in the town of Antelope Acres, which was located in the Antelope Valley, part of the Mojave Desert   
     She said she was a book worm in school. In her high school there were 2800 students when she started at Quartz Hill High and 3400 when she left. Her graduating class was the smallest that the school had in a while, only about 500 students. She was very big in FFA when she was younger by showing animals, earning money for her schooling and supplies. She graduated from Quartz Hill in 1984 and began to work right out of High School.
 She was in the retail food sector for about 20 years all together before she decided to go back to college and get a degree in education. She graduated from University of Central Missouri in May 2005 and has been teaching ever since. She is certified to teach Spanish K-12 and Family and Consumer Sciences K-12. (FACS)
 According to Mrs. Hart, her "greatest joy is being the mother of Weston J. Hart and has been for 13 yrs."