Amazing Kids! Magazine

Staff Q & A: Name a person or a profession that has helped your community and acted like a “everyday hero.” And why?

By the Amazing Kids! Staff


Want to know a little more about the Youth Staff here? Check out our Q&A with some of the Online Magazine staff members; their responses to these questions are below!

Name a person or a profession that has helped your community and acted like a “everyday hero.” And why?

Mindy Yang (Editor-in-Chief): My response would have to be for teachers. They are always here early in the morning, during lunch and after school to answer all my questions. Teachers sacrifice a lot of time to help in the success of their students.

Sean Traynor (Editorial Advisor):  My everyday heroes are the good parents and caregivers of the world. They sacrifice so much of themselves to help kids become the best they can be. There is no instruction booklet on how to be the best parent and yet they are there to be supportive and loving to their children in any way they can. A good parent is my everyday hero, especially mine.

Olivia Pineda (Assistant Editor): My heroes would have to be the doctors and nurses at Seattle children’s hospital. Both my sister and I have gone there, and the doctors have always been so nice and helpful. They do so much great work for the kids here in Seattle.

Celine Tien (Nonfiction Editor): I know my mom is definitely an everyday hero. She volunteers as an art teacher at public schools, and sacrifices her time and effort to provide the children with the best art materials and lessons. The experience and creativity children reap from her classes are so impressionable the public school students often remember my mom even after they graduated.

Isabella Taylor (Poetry Editor): My everyday hero is my father.  He is a doctor and helps people every day.  He never complains about having to get up in the middle of the night to go to the hospital to relieve someone in pain.  I really admire what he does!

Ryan Traynor (Contributing Writer): My everyday heroes are the policemen and firemen in the world. They are there providing extremely risky support services to strangers every day. They risk their lives to help us feel safe. There is no amount of money that can be paid to offset the risk of life and limb. They do this because it is their passion and we are lucky to have them.