Lockard moves to Kenya

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Lockard moves to Kenya

Jordan Lockard

Jordan Lockard

Jordan Lockard

Jordan Lockard

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As the end of the school year comes closer,  students and staff at LHS are sad to hear that Jordan Lockard will be leaving the school.
  
Lockard came to Lewiston High School in 2017 as a world history and psychology teacher. He continues to make his students’ day with his witty humor and smart style. Although he enjoys teaching here, Lockard will be moving to Kenya, Africa. He’s making the move to reconcile with his good friend, Matt  Dabbs, who taught English at LHS from 2016 to 2018.
  
 Dabbs was a former Lewiston High School junior english and creative writing teacher. In 2018, Dabbs and his fiancee moved to Kenya so she could become a professor while he worked in a local bike shop. Lockard hopes to reconcile with his close friend in the wild continent of Africa.
  
“I will miss my students and the LHS community so much. everyone is so welcoming and kind,” Lockard said. “I can’t wait to share all my new adventures with everyone.”

 “I miss [Dabbs] a lot and have finally decided to make the move to Kenya to pursue my dream career as a goat yoga instructor,” Lockard added.
  
 While in his senior year of college, Lockard found a new hobby in goat yoga. The sport  is like regular yoga, except the poses include goats.
 
 “Goat yoga was really my true calling, but I was already almost finished with my degree and figured it would be best to just wait it out,” Lockard said. “Now that I’ve had experience in teaching, there’s still a missing piece to my career life, which is goat yoga.”

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