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From Disney World to West High

Supervisory Paraeducator, Octavious Sullivan, shares his experience working at the Walt Disney World Resort.

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From Disney World to West High

Samalya Thenuwara, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief

“My happiest memory has to be working for the Walt Disney World Resorts. I lived in Florida for a year doing custodial for about six months at Blizzard Beach then I worked as a  merchandise cast member at Hollywood Studios working with Star Wars and all the princesses…As a cast member I was able to get sixteen guest passes a year so I had to opportunity to bring friends and family down and give them the trip of a lifetime for free.” – Octavious Sullivan

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Samalya Thenuwara, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief










Samalya Thenuwara is a senior at West High. This is her second year on staff and she is the Broadcast Editor-in-Chief as well as the...

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