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temple hill_bchs

Glasgow, KY

#62 Jun 15, 2011
worst teacher ever: Mrs. Billingsly. OOOHHH how I hated her!! In high school at BCHS, the best teacher was Mr. Steenbergen (world civ.)... maybe it's just that I was interested in that class, idk, but he was a good teacher.
teacher

Munfordville, KY

#63 Jun 15, 2011
when you have a bad teacher, who doesnt take the time to listen and care . it does no good to go to school. good luck to all of you in the years ahead..
KYgirl

Glasgow, KY

#64 Jun 15, 2011
GHS wrote:
Mrs. Norman!!
I didn't like her but you could get away with almost anything with her like one time we threw paper balls while she was on her computer and she never knew :)
KYgirl

Glasgow, KY

#65 Jun 15, 2011
My worst teachers were probably

Mrs.Jolly
GMS-
Mrs.Kinslow
Mrs.Underwood (thought she was a teacher)
Mrs.Turner
Mr.Hildreth

GHS-
MRS.BARTLEY
MRS.FREEMAN
Mrs.Norman

Shall I go one :-/
my two cents

Glasgow, KY

#66 Jun 15, 2011
Dog wrote:
<quoted text>You must be about my age because I remember all of them. Had Mr. Honeycutt for band, lucked out and did not have Ms Davis or any of the rest. Old GHS was a good school then.
Yes, it was.
Just Wow

Horse Cave, KY

#67 Jun 16, 2011
temple hill_bchs wrote:
worst teacher ever: Mrs. Billingsly. OOOHHH how I hated her!! In high school at BCHS, the best teacher was Mr. Steenbergen (world civ.)... maybe it's just that I was interested in that class, idk, but he was a good teacher.
Are you talking about Brenda Billingsly
lost

Glasgow, KY

#68 Jun 16, 2011
larry basham from park city jr. high
GHS Grad

United States

#69 Jun 16, 2011
Ms. Britt (math), Mrs. Patterson (math), and there was a male math teacher (old, bald, really soft-spoken). These were AMAZING math teachers!!! I didn't realize it until I had a bad math teacher in college. If I taught, it would be math and it's because of my experiences in their classes! Mrs. Patterson understood that students won't always ask for help out loud and she asked us individually if we understood the lesson. Ms. Britt was sooo smart and she challenged us to figure out the answers. She also explained how those difficult calculus equations work, and that helped me understand and learn the formulas! The man (Mr. Hale? No...) was quiet but very witty and he challenged us also to figure out the answers on our own!

Mrs. Maysey (english, yearbook) changed the way I talk and write. It was because of her that I started to understand how to impact people with words! And I remember (randomly) such interesting conversation about "Lord of the Flies." I hated that book while I was reading it, but the conversation about the theories people had about the underlying themes AMAZED ME in class! I think I'll read it again some time!

Mrs. Norman's psychology class was one of my favorite classes in high school, and she exemplified teachers who LOVE their job! She was so bright and enthusiastic every single day, and that was not lost on me--even then.

Mrs. Siebold and Mr. Flener (History) were the first/only two teachers to ever make history interesting to me. Mr. Flener did it by making all the lessons hands on! We pretended to be slaves being transported on a slave ship; we acted out a criminal trial! Mrs. Siebold told us not to worry about taking notes and just told us to listen to the story. She told it (as it was/should have been) as a STORY that we could get lost in! Then she wrote on the board how the notes should be organized/written so that we would not have to worry about that. Both were great for me!!

Mrs. Emily Polson (E B Terry) was my fifth grade teacher. She was sooooo sweet and she brought us snacks sometimes! They were so good, and they allowed us to take a break and refuel! She was one of the sweetest and most patient teachers I've ever had!

Mrs. Richardson (Biology) explained the biology lessons at least three different ways and was so sweet and so patient! She helped me learn to teach (which helped when tutoring later).

Mr. Patterson was creative and gave so much praise! I was horrible at art, but he gave such good direction and always gave praise! It made me love art class! I learned a lot!

I'll never forget Mrs. Burchett's southern twang! lol She was so sweet! And we were poor Mrs. Kessler's first and last English class!

I had Mr. Woodward for music/chorus from elementary to high school and I will never forget those experiences! I love music because of chorus classes, and I'm soooo glad I had those classes as part of my school days!

Mrs. Stutler (speech/drama GMS) was a joy in middle school! She loved her job, too! And she made those classes an escape from "regular school."

Mrs. Duvall/Keen (English GMS) taught me a lot of what I know about grammar!

Coach Murphy (Health, GMS) was the first teacher I remember calling my "favorite teacher!"

I remember Mr. Biggers making science really interesting. He had a curiosity about the stuff he was teaching that made me curious/interested, too!

I had so many memorable teachers! I'm sure I left some out, but I'll come back if I remember them! If any teachers are reading this, THANK YOU SO MUCH! DON'T THINK YOU DON'T MAKE A LIFELONG IMPACT!
most awesome

Glasgow, KY

#70 Jun 16, 2011
Mrs.Underwood
Mr. Patterson
Mr. Woodward
Mrs. Stutler
Mrs.shirley
Mrs. Harris
Mrs. Mcqirk?spelling home ec
Mr. wilkerson
Coach Jones
Mrs. Barns
Mrs. Alexander

Since: Dec 09

United States

#71 Jun 17, 2011
E.B. Terry- Mrs. Faught, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Irving
GMS- Mrs. Norris, Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. George, Mr. Polson, Mr. Murphy, Mrs. Correll
GHS- Mrs. Fye, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Shirley, Coach Flatts
GHS

Glasgow, KY

#72 Jun 18, 2011
KYgirl wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't like her but you could get away with almost anything with her like one time we threw paper balls while she was on her computer and she never knew :)
First of all I would like to say she probably did know. Second thing is this post want started in a negative light so I think your post is in poor taste. Third is with Mrs Norman you either loved or you didn't. And when people told me they didn't like her it was normally because they didnt do well in her class (not saying you didnt do well). IMO she was a wonderful teacher that wasn't there just for a pay check. She was fair and you got what you earned out of her class. She had me most prepared for college because of her teaching style. In my class she would let us goof off, and she would keep on teaching, and come test day it was us who lost out because of not listening. She wasn't the easiest teacher I had but she was one of the beat ones I had.:)
GHS

Glasgow, KY

#73 Jun 18, 2011
I apologize for the typos....It was suppose to say wasn't started. And best not beat.

And also well said GHS Grad.
jwj

Glasgow, KY

#74 Jun 18, 2011
Mr turner Glasgow high and miss myers
2003 Grad

Glasgow, KY

#75 Jun 18, 2011
GHS wrote:
<quoted text>
First of all I would like to say she probably did know. Second thing is this post want started in a negative light so I think your post is in poor taste. Third is with Mrs Norman you either loved or you didn't. And when people told me they didn't like her it was normally because they didnt do well in her class (not saying you didnt do well). IMO she was a wonderful teacher that wasn't there just for a pay check. She was fair and you got what you earned out of her class. She had me most prepared for college because of her teaching style. In my class she would let us goof off, and she would keep on teaching, and come test day it was us who lost out because of not listening. She wasn't the easiest teacher I had but she was one of the beat ones I had.:)
I agree with you. I thought Mrs. Norman was hilarious, and her psychology class was fun too! Most of the people who didn't like her, didn't like that you had to actually study to do well on her tests/quizzes. I always got the feeling she knew a lot more about what was going on in class than she let on too...but it was your grade, so she treated you like an adult.
patty bennett

Bowling Green, KY

#76 Jun 18, 2011
Eastern wrote:
Miss Hammer, 3rd grade, meaner than hell.
i had a ms.hammer when i went to eastern but she was a 6th grade teacher,liked her but there will never be a teacher as good as mr.page at eastern
lawsy

Nashville, TN

#77 Jun 19, 2011
BCHS -Mrs. Davidson
BCMS - Mrs. Alexander
Temple Hill - Mrs. Eaton
no doubt

Munfordville, KY

#78 Jun 19, 2011
ANN NANCE
doo

Glasgow, KY

#79 Jun 20, 2011
GHS Grad wrote:
Ms. Britt (math), Mrs. Patterson (math), and there was a male math teacher (old, bald, really soft-spoken). These were AMAZING math teachers!!! I didn't realize it until I had a bad math teacher in college. If I taught, it would be math and it's because of my experiences in their classes! Mrs. Patterson understood that students won't always ask for help out loud and she asked us individually if we understood the lesson. Ms. Britt was sooo smart and she challenged us to figure out the answers. She also explained how those difficult calculus equations work, and that helped me understand and learn the formulas! The man (Mr. Hale? No...) was quiet but very witty and he challenged us also to figure out the answers on our own!
Mrs. Maysey (english, yearbook) changed the way I talk and write. It was because of her that I started to understand how to impact people with words! And I remember (randomly) such interesting conversation about "Lord of the Flies." I hated that book while I was reading it, but the conversation about the theories people had about the underlying themes AMAZED ME in class! I think I'll read it again some time!
Mrs. Norman's psychology class was one of my favorite classes in high school, and she exemplified teachers who LOVE their job! She was so bright and enthusiastic every single day, and that was not lost on me--even then.
Mrs. Siebold and Mr. Flener (History) were the first/only two teachers to ever make history interesting to me. Mr. Flener did it by making all the lessons hands on! We pretended to be slaves being transported on a slave ship; we acted out a criminal trial! Mrs. Siebold told us not to worry about taking notes and just told us to listen to the story. She told it (as it was/should have been) as a STORY that we could get lost in! Then she wrote on the board how the notes should be organized/written so that we would not have to worry about that. Both were great for me!!
Mrs. Emily Polson (E B Terry) was my fifth grade teacher. She was sooooo sweet and she brought us snacks sometimes! They were so good, and they allowed us to take a break and refuel! She was one of the sweetest and most patient teachers I've ever had!
Mrs. Richardson (Biology) explained the biology lessons at least three different ways and was so sweet and so patient! She helped me learn to teach (which helped when tutoring later).
Mr. Patterson was creative and gave so much praise! I was horrible at art, but he gave such good direction and always gave praise! It made me love art class! I learned a lot!
I'll never forget Mrs. Burchett's southern twang! lol She was so sweet! And we were poor Mrs. Kessler's first and last English class!
I had Mr. Woodward for music/chorus from elementary to high school and I will never forget those experiences! I love music because of chorus classes, and I'm soooo glad I had those classes as part of my school days!
Mrs. Stutler (speech/drama GMS) was a joy in middle school! She loved her job, too! And she made those classes an escape from "regular school."
Mrs. Duvall/Keen (English GMS) taught me a lot of what I know about grammar!
Coach Murphy (Health, GMS) was the first teacher I remember calling my "favorite teacher!"
I remember Mr. Biggers making science really interesting. He had a curiosity about the stuff he was teaching that made me curious/interested, too!
I had so many memorable teachers! I'm sure I left some out, but I'll come back if I remember them! If any teachers are reading this, THANK YOU SO MUCH! DON'T THINK YOU DON'T MAKE A LIFELONG IMPACT!
I believe the math teacher you are talking about is David Johnson (Dr. J). Very soft-spoken, a great math teacher.

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