Throwback Thursday: Michael Kloster, German teacher

Pathfinder: Where did you go to high school?

Kloster: I went to Oakville Senior High School.

How was high school similar/different to high school now?

It was similar in a lot of ways like a lot of people who have interests in sports and theatre and I say it is a good community.

What year did you graduate?

I graduated in 2002.

Were you involved in any sports or clubs? What did you like about it?

I did volleyball and soccer. There was team spirit.

Michael Kloster during his freshmen year of high school in 1999.
Michael Kloster
Michael Kloster during his freshmen year of high school in 1999.

What were your favorite and least favorite subjects in high school? Why?

My favorite subject was History because I always enjoyed reading about World War I and World War II and all the movies that surrounded that. My least favorite subject was Math because I wasn’t really good at it.

How would your peers describe you in high school?

I was dependable and quiet.

How would your teachers describe you in high school?

I was hardworking.

Did you have an after school job? If so, what is it?

I worked at Dierbergs.

What did you do at your job?

I pushed carts and bagged groceries.

How much did you make in an hour?

I made $5.50 an hour.

What type of car did you drive?

I drove a 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix. It was gray, it had bucket seats, and was 2-door.

What is your craziest driving moment?

I was driving during a snowstorm. It was difficult because I have never drove through the snow before but I had to get to work.