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KEY CLUBIN’ KOO: High-fiving a student from Passages Charter school, Josh Koo, incoming assistant principal of student services, praises a young participant at an Eat ‘N’ Read event. According to his coworkers and students, Koo’s energy and compassion make him qualified to assume his new position starting with the 2017-2018 school year.

Josh Koo named incoming Student Activities Director

Abby Grant, asst. features editor
March 21, 2017

Science teacher Josh Koo was selected to become the next GBS assistant principal of student activities on Feb. 13, starting with the 2017-2018 school year. According to Principal Lauren Fagel, Koo empowers...

REDEFINING SERVICE: Wrapping up a Key Club meeting, club sponsor Josh Koo (left) talks to student teacher Stephanie Jund about the club’s agenda. Aside from his many roles at South, Koo extends his reach deep into the city to aid organizations in need by creating documentaries aimed at raising awareness or funds for various causes.

Koo creates documentaries, aids community

Abby Grant, staff reporter
February 5, 2016

A science teacher, service enthusiast and documentary producer, Josh Koo, often recognized for his role as the sponsor of Key Club, has devoted his time and commitment to helping those within the community. According...

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