Happy National Teacher Appreciation Day

We have all heard the horror tales, every school according to kids have them, in reality there are some, THE BAD TEACHER!!! I wonder if they are grading me on this post, maybe if I stick this [SIC] I can get away with the fragments and comma splices.

What often goes unnoticed is or are, DAMMIT noe IMa nervous, the teachers that buy school materials for their students because the district is underfunded. The teachers who at times have to become more to their students to save them from bullies, troubled homes, drugs.

You cannot judge a “GOOD” teacher buy what the students say, some of the best according to most kids are the ones “giving” little homework. You can’t orr is it shan’t?, judge a teacher by what the parents think unless you consider the word of all those parents in certain nooks and crannies like ones in Texas where creationism is part of the curriculum.

A sign of a good teacher is a kid that comes home with a sense of wonder and a deep desire to learn more, it is that same kid as a grown individual thinking fondly on that one or few teachers, who fostered that desire that has made a difference in their lives.

Happy National Teacher Appreciation Day


Mr. Lirtzman

Mrs. Kulick

Ms. Lopez

and all others because I  really had no real bad teachers, well maybe that idiot who thought Organic chem but I cannot remember his name…… yes it’s like that.


After this post I may find myself in summer school.

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1,169 Responses to Happy National Teacher Appreciation Day

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      • termgirl says:

        Hi, Orcas.
        Our conversation last night on Shopshire peaked my interest and I took another look at my family tree. It turns out the first immigrants to America on my dad’s side sailed on the London Merchant in 1620 from Shewsbury, Shopshire, En. landing in Jamestown. They are my 10th gr grandparents; 11th gr grandparent is buried in Shopshire.

        • Lizard says:

          Hey! Pretty cool. And you are headed that way soon I believe. I had a dream last night that I had this big empty book. If you wrote your day’s events in it for one day and left it when you returned the whole book was written by an unseen hand. In it were details of each day of your life and previous family history back to the 1800’s. I must have been thinking about our conversation.

        • Lizard says:

          Nobody in my family has done much family tree research. Except for one aunt and I helped with one item. But she has only gone back a few generations. Kind of fun to discover these things about your family and its history.

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