Who are the best teachers at ECHS now?

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Dear Abby

Morehead, KY

#1 Dec 5, 2008
Just wondering who are the best teachers now at ECHS? Just wanted to know if I went to school with any of them.
noone

West Liberty, KY

#2 Dec 8, 2008
i think mrs rowe the spanish teacher is awsome!!!!!!!!
memememe

United States

#3 Dec 8, 2008
I still think that Anita Shaw is one of the best teachers there.
Along that list I would include Lonnie Laney, Anita Laney, John Carter, Christie Lewis, Jerry Lewis, as well as many others.
amused

Ashland, KY

#4 Dec 8, 2008
yes i think that anita shaw is the best teacher up there. she teaches and takes up for students when it comes down to it.
then lonnie laney and jerry lewis.
ec alum

Ashland, KY

#5 Dec 9, 2008
Jerry and Christy Lewis
Mike Flannery
Lonnie Laney
insert random-ness here

West Liberty, KY

#6 Dec 15, 2008
Anita Shaw is brilliant, motivating and fun to be around. She was always my favorite teacher.
Echs alumni

West Liberty, KY

#7 Dec 15, 2008
Anita Shaw is brilliant and keeps the children best interest at heart.
Thank You for all that you do.

Lonnie Laney & Jerry Lewis also it is nice to have Steve Gillum.
Echs alumni

West Liberty, KY

#8 Dec 15, 2008
John Carter has a great way of getting the children's respect.
Fairness

Ashland, KY

#9 Dec 15, 2008
I like Mr. Carter, Mr. Mollette, Misty and Dr. Laney.
Middleman

West Liberty, KY

#10 Dec 15, 2008
John carter is an amazing teacher! He has a great way of teaching and gaining respect. Anita Laney is also an amazing teacher!
blah

West Liberty, KY

#11 Dec 16, 2008
Mollet is not a good teacher. I'm not bashing him as a person, don't get me wrong. He didn't teach anything in the class I took under him, my senior year. Seriously, he didn't teach. He said it was a "free class" for seniors because seniors shouldn't have to work. Honestly, that's the only reason I took the class, haha... What 17 year old WANTS to do school work? haha
Fairness

Ashland, KY

#12 Jan 14, 2009
Shows how much you know you can't even spell his name correctly. I doubt he said something like that. I know he taught me in 7th grade for Geography and he finally made things make sense. I can read a map today because of him and when my family goes on a trip I think of him everytime I read the map for my dad. Then when I had him in World Civilization he did the best he could with a very, very boring subject, but I never wanted to miss his class because with all the craziness going on at school I felt accepted in his class and that meant alot to me and meant alot to my friends. The Seniors he has now are the ball team and I see them out observing other teachers like they are supposed too. I believe Mr. "Mollette" will give back every bit as much as you put in. I also wanted to add that he sponsors two clubs at school...chess and FEA and he doesnt get paid a dime to do either of those.
07dodgecummins

Morehead, KY

#13 Jan 14, 2009
Fairness wrote:
Shows how much you know you can't even spell his name correctly. I doubt he said something like that. I know he taught me in 7th grade for Geography and he finally made things make sense. I can read a map today because of him and when my family goes on a trip I think of him everytime I read the map for my dad. Then when I had him in World Civilization he did the best he could with a very, very boring subject, but I never wanted to miss his class because with all the craziness going on at school I felt accepted in his class and that meant alot to me and meant alot to my friends. The Seniors he has now are the ball team and I see them out observing other teachers like they are supposed too. I believe Mr. "Mollette" will give back every bit as much as you put in. I also wanted to add that he sponsors two clubs at school...chess and FEA and he doesnt get paid a dime to do either of those.
Why the hell would you need to know how to read a map in this day and time havent you ever heard of a GPS or Onstar?
too funny

West Liberty, KY

#14 Jan 14, 2009
07dodgecummins wrote:
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Why the hell would you need to know how to read a map in this day and time havent you ever heard of a GPS or Onstar?
LOL true... but some times technology fails, and computer systems inside cars go down... Knowing how to read a map is a good thing.

that was funny though
sluggerville from EC

United States

#15 Jan 14, 2009
07dodgecummins wrote:
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Why the hell would you need to know how to read a map in this day and time havent you ever heard of a GPS or Onstar?
Are you serious? That is the dumbest thing I've ever heard.

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