When you were in school
just for laughs

United States

#47 Mar 10, 2008
Drema Harris, Coach Reid-top notch
mullensrules

United States

#48 Mar 16, 2008
What about the middle school librarian. Mrs. Trudy Blackwell!!! I loved her!
herndon proud

Lerona, WV

#49 Mar 16, 2008
Okey and Benny Mills were the best teachers ever! They were always there when you needed help with anything.. Also Coach Reid, when I transferred to Mullens, he made the transition easier
joann

United States

#50 Mar 16, 2008
I know Mrs. Crotty was tough but I loved her she really cared about her students and that they learned she kept every paper they done and I also really liked Mrs. Shumate. Mrs. crotty is in remission of cancer and Mrs. shumates husband has cancer God bless them both.
remember

Hillsboro, WV

#51 May 14, 2008
who could forget the all time best substitute teachers,(aubrey knuckols ,and mr. burger.
changes

AOL

#52 May 14, 2008
I had a few I really liked. Mr. Runion,Goodman,Wilson, and both Mills. They were all good! Ha ha ha Hope Hall got what she deserved..but lord have mercy the smell when we went in there after that mess setting all weekend!
mullens girl

United States

#53 May 15, 2008
Please fill in us Mullens folk who don't know what went down with Hope Hall. Sounds pretty hilarious!
changes wrote:
I had a few I really liked. Mr. Runion,Goodman,Wilson, and both Mills. They were all good! Ha ha ha Hope Hall got what she deserved..but lord have mercy the smell when we went in there after that mess setting all weekend!
Boo Who

Oakland, MD

#54 May 15, 2008
Shumate, Cordisco, Burger and A.Knuckols where my favorite. Great, a postive forum.
like to know

United States

#55 May 15, 2008
daized_n_confused wrote:
Mrs Carr is my favorite, and if we still had principles like Mr. Ritchie no one would dare step out of line!
if we had more principles like Mr Ritcie they need him in high school..I remember him and he was out of line he would be considered a child abuser..ive seen him jerk a girl out of her seat full force and jerk her all the way out the door for doing nothing but playing, I know cause she was sitting next to me and she didnt do anything..he would make kids eat all their lunch..he was mean and he we dont principals like him
like to know

United States

#56 May 15, 2008
i liked all my teachers except 2 and they were Mrs Wells...Ray wells wife....And Mrs Helen Clay..She liked to pick and make fun of some students..she was worse.
changes

AOL

#57 May 15, 2008
LOL well after a dance one year during the weekend someone went in her room and took a dump in her chair and maybe on her desk. Guess someone really wanted to get her back!
just me

United States

#58 May 15, 2008
Janet Shutt was the best teacher there ever was. She was tough but she knew her stuff. I am extremely grateful for everything she taught me, otherwise, I wouldn't have accomplished as much as I have. She's gone now but God bless her.
old rebel

Wilmington, NC

#59 May 15, 2008
wow i must be really old, does anyone remember, sally neal? the teacher i remember most was katie moler. but the teacher i think i learned the most from was dora lewis. the teacher whose class i enjoyed most but learned the least from was tj wyatt. does anyone remember hester murphy, or miss davis, she was a kinda short black lady that taught civics, she was pretty cool, had a little temper but was a really good teacher. hey this was fun.
hey

Clear Spring, MD

#60 May 15, 2008
wow I don't remember any of those except Mrs. Murphy What year did you graduate me 78
looking at the past

Pineville, WV

#61 May 15, 2008
One of my favorite teachers was Barbara Houck. I remember so much from her classes. I also have to say that another one of my favorite teachers is Drema Harris, my daughter had her last year and loved her as well. To me, most of the teachers I had left an impression on me! And you just have to love the most of them.
sista

United States

#62 May 15, 2008
in awe wrote:
<quoted text>
Mrs. Peggy Kemp, Katherine Moler, and Madge Kaman were among the BEST! I walked by Mrs. Kemp's house the other day and longed to speak with her but she was not outside...Anyway, we had a wonderful school with Mr. D'Antoni leading us.
You should have stopped in to see Mrs. Kemp. She would have loved to see whomever. She is still as fun as ever.
THE GREATEST

United States

#63 May 15, 2008
Mrs. Smith and Ms. Harris
Mrs. Smith was a great teacher and neighbor. Couldn't have made it though childhood without her. Sure she is a great principle now.
Ms. Harris understood her students and cared for them.
A+ to both of them
another old rebel

Clear Spring, MD

#64 May 15, 2008
old rebel wrote:
wow i must be really old, does anyone remember, sally neal? the teacher i remember most was katie moler. but the teacher i think i learned the most from was dora lewis. the teacher whose class i enjoyed most but learned the least from was tj wyatt. does anyone remember hester murphy, or miss davis, she was a kinda short black lady that taught civics, she was pretty cool, had a little temper but was a really good teacher. hey this was fun.
Hey, I remember all of these teachers. Do you remember Mr. B.K. Shannon. He taught social studies and he spoke in a monotone voice all the time. He used to always roll his pen between his hands and it made a loud clicking noise.
old rebel

Wilmington, NC

#65 May 15, 2008
hey wrote:
wow I don't remember any of those except Mrs. Murphy What year did you graduate me 78
i attended mhs in the ninth and tenth grade that would be in 1964 and 1965, a long time ago. thanks for asking.
old rebel

Wilmington, NC

#66 May 15, 2008
another old rebel wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, I remember all of these teachers. Do you remember Mr. B.K. Shannon. He taught social studies and he spoke in a monotone voice all the time. He used to always roll his pen between his hands and it made a loud clicking noise.
i am sorry i do not remember mr shannon. did you attend ben dunman? if so do you remember mr santon amd mack gillenwater, and mr gillenwater's car? i was in me santons class when jfk was shot. he was really shook up, he kept telling us this tragedy is a personal affront to every american.

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