People of Arapahoe

Sheila Stern, Reporter

Rod Mauler is one of the six security guards at Arapahoe High School, and has been a part of the Arapahoe Security Guard Staff for nine years. Outside of school Mauler enjoys running and playing golf. He and his wife regularly take care of their granddaughter. He also helps out with volleyball. Mauler has been a part of the Arapahoe Security Guard Staff for 9 years.

Q:What is your favorite part of your job?

A:“Getting to know a lot of the kids here (at Arapahoe), and hopefully making the place a little safer.”

Q:How did you become a security guard?

A:“I was close to ending my career at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s office and I was told that there was going to be an opening at Arapahoe, and it just happened to coincide with the time that I was ready to retire from the sheriff’s office. I came down here an applied and got the job. It was just a really nice change of pace. I never regretted being here.”

Q:How long is your day?

A:“We all work 8 hour shifts, and some of us come in pretty early when the doors unlock. And some stay a little bit later.”


Pam Wallace is one of the two people on the Lunch Staff. Wallace enjoys the mountains and going on hikes. She also enjoys reading and spending time her granddaughter who will be two years old in January.


Q:How long have you been a part of the Arapahoe Staff?

A:“I have been at Arapahoe for two years”

Q:How many people are on the lunch staff?

A:“There’s supposed to be three but there is two of us this semester.”

Q:How did you find this job?

A:“I saw an add in the newspaper”

Q:How long is your day?

A:“I generally work 8-1”