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Mrs. Johnson is my choir teacher in HIgh school. Now I know what your thinking why should she be teacher of the year? She is justa choir teacher right? Well Mrs. Johnson is an amazing teacher she...

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My Superhero Teacher

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Brilliant, benign, clever, benevolent, and testing; these five words couldn’t even begin to describe the first World Literature and Speech teacher at the International Academy of Macomb. The...

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A Teacher to Remember

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Math. The very word may bring tears to your eyes. We struggle through it year after year, and for what? The most common question asked in math class is, “When will we ever use this?” Mr....

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