she comes to watch us play sports, which is more than most teachers. she asks me how my game went the day after, thats good in my books. lots of work in her class.
she is fine if you f=get to know her i am in her class right now her classes arre a little boaring sometimes
She can be nice if you get to know her, when she was my teacher she loved me but I still think she is unfair. I heard that someone fell asleep in her class!
My child didn't like their year with her. From what I heard she didn't sound like a very good teacher.
shes great, and really understanding also caring. Yur lucky if you get to be in her class.
talks way to quite, then loud, to miss lil perfect and understanding.. hippie central you can say. wayy boring. and happpppy!! in a bad way, like. i mena TO HAPPY.
talks way too loud, TOO nosy, TOO "understanding", TOO Hippy "save the grass man", gives too much work, and nice ppl is said way too much
She's almost hippy-ish. She's so quiet and happy-happy!!! It gets annoying. Also, her class is pretty boring.
She is a old teacher, who in my opinion should retire. She does indeed favor students, I'm not one of them. She also makes false acustations about students, and she has no proof.
Shes mostly nice, a little cranky some days, but everyone has their days rite? Shes knows her stuff, which makes it easier for her to teach, thats good! from Anonamus
She's Awful, She favors kids and is always a real grouch. She needs to see we're just kids
she's good. i think she cares a lot about us even if we don't see it sometimes
she's nice, i think she's getting better every year she teaches. my sister didn't like her but i do
she comes out to watch us play volleyball and lots of other teachers don't. she cheers lots too. just for that i like her
she's super nice. people just need to learn how to do their work and not always talk back to her. you can't win if you do something wrong.
ok teacher, too much textbook work, says "you nice people" way to much to our class and "beauty" whenever we do something good (kinda funny actually)