If I think back I can remember some of their names, but not much else.
Yes, I had a third grade teacher named Mrs. Sauer ( pronounced sour) and she lived up to her name! What a mean old woman she was!<br />
I also remember Mrs. Alstrum, she was my high school Literature teacher, I had such a crush on her, she was, I thought at the time, the most beautiful woman in the world! Hahaha!
I remember every single one and wish I could forget most of them.
Not only I remember them, I still have nightmares about them every night... I want to forget them but I can't... :( horrible people
I remember my first grade teacher, Miss Whitworth......and that was waaaay back in 1947!!! she was very gentle and kind and all of us really liked her.........
I remember all of them, but then again i'm only 23 so it wasn't that long ago.
you'll never forget them; at least some of them
some were very good friends even after school
Absolutely. Two favorites come to mind--one was 4th grade. She seemed like this really smart overweight old lady (turns out she was a full professor, published PhD in history). The second one was a Christian Brother who wore duck tail hair cuts and was from South Chicago. He knew I just wasn't getting Algebra (you know that Islam thing?) and got me to "get it" by using Greek philosophical explanations instead of just numbers. Wish I knew where he was now.
Sure do all of them
Some of those people impacted my life hugely. I was blessed with wonderful teachers. A couple of mediocre ones ... but mainly, ones that made me soar high.
yeah i do as a matter of fact.<br />
All their names strangely started with the Letter B'<br />
grade 1 broadhead<br />
grade 2.brown<br />
grade 3.beecroft<br />
grade 4.barnes<br />
grade 5.brown, again<br />
grade 6.burns<br />
grade 7.holbrook ..didn't much care for her.. hehe.
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Mrs McGowen, Mrs Treviño and Mr Egghead. <br />
Well, that was his nickname anyway....
Some but not all, I can remember faces but not all of the names.