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Ms. LaRosa
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Ms. LaRosa is a great teacher and person to know. She is an expert in almost all areas of her subject: Social Studies. She can answer almost any question that you have about any history topic and if she can not she can point you to somewhere that... (more »)
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Patrick Cantagallo This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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In this essay I could tell you that my teacher is everything a good teacher should be, but that would be a lie. My teacher isn't everything a good teacher should be – he is everything an exemplary teacher should be. The teacher I speak of is Mr.... (more »)
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Debra Johnson-Dahrouge, Composition, Neptune High This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
English was always easy for me, but that changed the first day I walked into Mrs. Johnson-Dahrouge's class. I'd heard rumors from former students: they said she was strict and intimidating, that her class was impossible to pass, and that I was... (more »)
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A Teacher to Remember
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Lisa Young Humanities Teacher High Tech Middle Most people would define a good teacher as someone who makes their students excel academically and do well on their tests. I believe that’s almost right, but a little off. I believe that a... (more »)
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My Educator of the Year
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My Educator of the Year Everyone has a favorite teacher in his or her school career. One that they will be able to remember for years to come. I have loved all of my teachers since kindergarten up to 7th grade. Although, there is... (more »)
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Stacy Hallmark, English, Louisa County High School This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Until ninth grade, English class had always been a breeze. I had no worries about getting an A in English in high school. However, I heard numerous frightening reviews about Ms. Hallmark, the ninth grade honors English teacher. Students claimed... (more »)
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Sweet Serendipity
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“I like a teacher who gives you something to take home to think about besides homework.” -Lily Tomlin Ms. Brennan not only gives us something to think about, she gives us something to take and use for years to come. I was raised by a... (more »)
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My Mentor This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The teacher who is wise does not offer you to enter the house of her wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind. The test of a good teacher is not how many questions she can ask her students that they will answer readily, but how... (more »)
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Melanie Gaddy, History This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Melanie Gaddy is a special teacher when it comes to her subject, South Carolina ­history: she's lived it. Long ago her family owned slaves, helping her ­understand what life was like, and how people were treated. When she was growing up,... (more »)
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Educator of the Year
Have you ever had a science class that you look forward to? It doesn’t happen often. But when you have a teacher like Mrs. Rheineck, it’s more then a science class. It’s a science class where learning is easy and fun. There is no buckling... (more »)
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Tim McGee; Language Arts; Worland High School
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“Live your life as if it were your last” The first bell rang; students rushed to their classes and clumsily threw their books onto the tables. Mr. McGee strides through the classroom door with a sunny grin on his face and greet us... (more »)
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When I Needed a Friend
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When I Needed A Friend Sophomore year and the first semester of Junior year were hard for me. Besides the hard school work and overwhelming amount of homework, I was having serious social issues. Through all of my good days and bad days, there... (more »)
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The Good Things About a Teacher
D’s, D-’s, and even F’s. Those were my grades in math ever since I could remember. I would do all that I could; I would do the homework, ask questions, and even go in whenever possible to get extra help. But nothing helped. What made me... (more »)
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My Teacher, Mrs. Kim Hwang This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Someone once said life is like a winding road. If that is true, then teachers are the signs that guide you and give direction along each turn. They sacrifice a lot to give their students the best education possible. My nominee for... (more »)
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Michele Baun This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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It was the first day of sixth grade. I kept hearing whispered tales about the infamous Math 7 and Algebra teacher – stories of late nights and insane amounts of work. A year later, it was my time to meet the woman who had generated all the... (more »)
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My Inspirational Teacher This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
When I first met Mrs. Perkins, I had no idea how tremendously she would impact my life. I have been privileged to have her as my band director for three wonderful years. Each day I cannot wait to enter her classroom and play my clarinet. Mrs.... (more »)
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