Favorite Teacher?
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Retired Teacher

Northborough, MA

#1 Oct 16, 2008
I'm interested in knowing who your very favorite teacher is/was in school and why? What made that teacher so good?
ABCDEFG etc

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Oct 16, 2008
Judy Henry, now Judy Lee who taught at Grandview.

“My Two Cents”

Since: Oct 08

AOL

#3 Oct 16, 2008
Mr. Sharits in middle school. He was so cool and a great listener as well as a great teacher.
blessed

Chicago, IL

#4 Oct 16, 2008
Louise Whittaker was then my 3rd grade teacher at Frazee. I have many fond memories of her story time. She would light a candle and read to us as we sat in a group on the floor. My favorite was Mike and the Motorcycle. I admired her so much.
opiedoolittle

Connersville, IN

#5 Oct 17, 2008
THe most awesome teachers are Mrs. Nancy Weeks, Miss Vaughn, and Mrs. Rogers.
Three DEDICATED, compassionate teachers at Fayette central.
They are amazing and add such a special touch to the childrens education.
God bless them!
Wondering

Northborough, MA

#6 Oct 17, 2008
opiedoolittle wrote:
THe most awesome teachers are Mrs. Nancy Weeks, Miss Vaughn, and Mrs. Rogers.
Three DEDICATED, compassionate teachers at Fayette central.
They are amazing and add such a special touch to the childrens education.
God bless them!
So, NONE of the other teachers at Fayette Central are any good? Or, are these the only ones's your child(ren) have had...so, you really don't know about the others?
wondering

Canton, OH

#7 Oct 17, 2008
I admired Ms. Croddy at Maplewood (1955,57) and I learned a lot from her.
1970 Graduate

Olathe, KS

#8 Oct 17, 2008
Harry Smith. He loved history and politics and taught it with enthusiasm. I was able to call him and tell him how much I appreciated him before he died. I'm so glad I did!

“Living the Dream”

Since: Jun 08

Connersville

#9 Oct 17, 2008
I have some of my best memories in Mrs. Rogers class. She's such an inspiration to me.
Head Start

Dubois, IN

#10 Oct 17, 2008
Love-and-Hate Cville wrote:
I have some of my best memories in Mrs. Rogers class. She's such an inspiration to me.
There ya go L&H, gotta headstart on the judgement.
far away

United States

#11 Oct 17, 2008
I liked Sara Lee! She may have been an old bag on the outside but she was a gentle soul on the inside!
I had her for a teacher and worked for her.
Loved Him

Connersville, IN

#12 Oct 17, 2008
Mr.Godwin, fifth street school. I admired him so much. I invited him to my sister wedding and he came. May He Rest In Piece.
1970 Graduate

Olathe, KS

#13 Oct 17, 2008
far away wrote:
I liked Sara Lee! She may have been an old bag on the outside but she was a gentle soul on the inside!
I had her for a teacher and worked for her.
I had her for Journalism and Clarion and she was only nice to you if she knew your family--like, if she had your older sibling in class. I was the oldest in my family and she was pretty gruff with me.

We used to sing, in jest of course, "Nobody doesn't like Sara Lee".....
Black cat

New Lenox, IL

#14 Oct 17, 2008
Marie Branson-1st grade Fayette Central--she had 3 generations of our family--she was the kind of teacher that had fun and you learned from her....May she rest in PEACE!!
opiedoolittle

Connersville, IN

#15 Oct 17, 2008
Wondering wrote:
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So, NONE of the other teachers at Fayette Central are any good? Or, are these the only ones's your child(ren) have had...so, you really don't know about the others?
I have 4 kids, we went through ALL of the teachers. So i'm talking from experience
newsjunkie

Pasadena, MD

#16 Oct 17, 2008
mr. butler, 5th grade, eastview. he told amazing speilberg like stories. he painted pictures with words.
Observer

United States

#17 Oct 17, 2008
There were no favorite teachers for me. I found the whole ordeal of school something I would like to forget; I was not a bad kid, nor did I get picked on, I was just the average kid, average grades and just didn't give school much of a thought.
Wondering

Northborough, MA

#18 Oct 17, 2008
opiedoolittle wrote:
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I have 4 kids, we went through ALL of the teachers. So i'm talking from experience
I know for a fact that there are other really good teachers at Fayette Central besides the ones you mentioned!
opiedoolittle

Connersville, IN

#19 Oct 17, 2008
I'm sure the younger teacher's who recently started working there are good teachers too. the Younger ones are usually very motivated in their teaching. I guess I should have been more specific, but it's the teachers who have taught there the longest that I was actually refering to.

“The Red Rocket”

Since: Aug 08

Connersville

#20 Oct 17, 2008
wondering wrote:
I admired Ms. Croddy at Maplewood (1955,57) and I learned a lot from her.
I have to agree, Mrs. Croddy was my favorite. I had her in the 6th grade at Maplewood,(1963-1964), and she made learning fun. If I'd had eleven more like her, I might have amounted to something!

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