He wasn't my councillor, but I had to see him a few times to change classes and what should have taken 2 minutes took over an hour because he insisted on telling me why my life would go nowhere if I graduated early, took classes in the summer to get ahead and that I would regret all of my academic choices...
I've never had him as a counsellor, but he was an excellent psychology teacher, and he's fantastic in AG too. Everyone once in a while he'd bring in donuts and hot chocolate. :)
What a funny specimen of a man Mr. Day is... Well, he was good for a laugh! Can't give a proper rating since most of my sessions turned into '60 Minutes with the Day-Meister'
Mr.Day means well,i think, but he gabs excessively,and discourages any life aspirations you might 'think' you have. "Why do you want to do that?!?" lolhaha. Best just to ignore him
He did not counsel me well as to what to do after grad. Everyone that I graduated with, now that we look back, agree that we got NO good advice about post-secon
Day is a BAD Councillor. BAD BAD BAD. I found all the councillors to be lying sacks of... Badness. I didn't like them, and they didn't try to help me.
Although he does talk excessivly if you listen though all that jumble there is a great message there.He helped me out alot and showed me theother side to life.
he is a counselor and when i came to get help, he just nagged at me like my parents, and wasn't very helpfull.
he's nice and all but he seems to bat aroudn the bush when answering a question and such.