By Amy Maginnis-Honey
Elizabeth Choy was excited about taking over drama and theater classes at Fairfield High School.
After all, she was following the footsteps of Bob Wagner, who had spent almost 34 years at the school and had built an award-winning theater program.
Instead, she arrived to find little that resembled the thriving program that had existed.
“The old sets, the furniture, everything was ruined,” Choy said.
The time between Wagner’s departure and Choy’s arrival, about a year, had been filled with substitute teachers, Choy said.