People of Fenton: Science Teacher Jason Kasak

Amber Kelly, Opinions Editor

“I remember when I was young, I was about 20 years old and I used to buy a ton of used children’s books but I didn’t even have kids until I was 28. I just said ‘Okay well, I’m going to need them one day, I’m going to have a library of books for my kids.’ I viewed my life as up to the moment you have kids, you’re training yourself. And then you have to train other people after you have kids. There’s different phases in my life, for example preparation. So right now there’s long term preparation, so I’m going to have 20 some years to prepare for life after kids. I’d love to move way out and live off the grid. I could totally see myself with solar panels and wiring stuff up.”