The names of your grade school teachers and the grade they taught?
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K - Ms. Perry...she was mean, old, and craby. I don't even think she liked kids
1st - Helen Wheeler... I adored her
2nd - Ray(I think) DiTanna...I was going to marry him when I got out of 6th grade LOL
3rd - Ms. Mitchie
The next one I am not to sure about...Ms. Skandar was either my 4th grade teacher or the one I had the fist time I was in 5th grade. (failed for not doing homework)
5th (second time around) - Terry Brennen
6th - Mike LaFever
1st grade....Miss Hollister
2nd grade...Mrs. Uzzell
Now that is a memory test...
1st - Mrs. Buckberry
2nd - Mrs. Steed
3rd - Mrs Marks/Mrs Foreman
4th - Mrs.Walker (Fabulous teacher and tough)
5th - Mrs Culpepper (she should have been in prison)
6th - I can see her - but not her name. It is funny that I really cannot remember any other names after 5th grade. I wonder if that is a common with a lot of people. Perhaps kids get to be 11/12 YO and it becomes more about friends?
I remember Mrs. Leach. My 2nd grade teacher who was an absolute nightmare.
I remember Ms. Wilmont, my 3rd grade teacher because she looked like Dorothy Hamill.
I dont remember any one else.
That was 60 years ago. Give me a break. I do remember my 7th and 8th grade teacher because she should never have been allowed near children.
KG-- Mrs. Cleveland, gave me my first elephant and I still have it. I started KG in 1967
1rst-- Mrs. Briggs-- little women who had large laugh.
2nd-- can't remember, but I know who my siblings had...
3rd-- Mrs. Gotham-- mean
4th-- Mr. Sereno, very nice older man
5th-- Mrs. Rossiter-- scary but nice
6th-- Mr. Malone-- Flaming red hair who occasionally would forget to zip his pants
K = Mrs Miller. She was old.
1st = I can't recall her name!
2nd = Miss Williamson - she was young and single and so pretty!
3rd = i can't remember her name now!
4th = Mrs. Sonderegger. She was from Boston and spoke with a heavy accent.
5th = Mr. Salinski. He was strict but also fun. He had a quote on the wall by Einstein: "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Another quote he had on the wall I could only remember certain words of so I just now cheated and Googled it - ha: "In promulgating your esoteric cogitations or articulating your
superficial sentimentalities and amicable philosophical or
psychological observations, beware of platitudinous panderosity". Translated, this means "Say what you mean and don't use big words." !!
6th = Mrs. Mohling. She was a cool teacher, we planted pine trees in celebration of the first Earth Day. She was married but we all thought she was having an affair with Mr. Kemp, the other 6th grade teacher!!!! lol.
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