Help Us Identify the Teachers!

Caroline Beloff, Staff Writer

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Emergency! Everyone, I repeat, there is an emergency! Over February vacation, a few teachers in the building lost their identity! If you can crack these codes and figure out the teachers, then they will be saved! It’s all on you!

Teacher #1

Who do you look up too?

My parents.  They have had many obstacles in life, but they continued to keep moving and live happily.

What is your biggest fear?

Mice!!!!

What was one of your middle school or high school nicknames? (If you had one)

Dumbo. I had really big ears.

Where and what was your first job?

I worked at a bank, and I liked it. I then became a waitress in college.

Why do you teach the subject you teach?

I love kids. I also love seeing that “light bulb” when a child understands a subject. My third-grade teacher gave me my love for teaching.

How was your middle school experience? Rate it on a scale from 1-10.

7 out of 10. I had some challenges but overall enjoyed it.

Side note:  This teacher thinks that they are better than Ms. Tetrault.

Teacher #2

Who do you look up too?

Nelson Mandela. He seeks no revenge. I feel like I am better than all the teachers, so I look up to no one in this building.

What is your biggest fear?

Rats!!

What was one of your middle school or high school nicknames? (If you had one)

Braids. I had very long hair.

Where and what was your first job?

My dad’s clothing store. It was fine, but I did not love it.

Why do you teach the subject you teach?

I’ve always wanted to be a writer and a teacher.

How was your middle school experience? Rate it on a scale from 1-10.

3 out of 10.  I was a bad student.

Side note:  This teacher had a man bun, and they did not lie about any of these questions.

Teacher #3

Who do you look up too?

I look up to my third-grade teacher, Ms. Judith McGuire. She was amazing at what she did. She also taught me about feminism.

What is your biggest fear?

Heights!!!

What was one of your middle school or high school nicknames? (If you had one)

I did not have one.

Where and what was your first job?

I was a McDonald’s queen at 16.

Why do you teach the subject you teach?

I love how kids are willing to learn. I feel as though it is very important for students to feel successful in their academics.

How was your middle school experience? Rate it on a scale from 1-10.

4 out of 10.  Having good connections with my teachers was the best thing for me since I struggled. It was an awkward experience, but I worked hard. I learned to do what you love, and everything will work out.

Who do you look up too?

I look up to my third-grade teacher, Ms. Judith McGuire. She was amazing at what she did. She also taught me about feminism.

Teacher #4

Who do you look up too?

I look up to my parents. I would never have done anything without them. Also, I look up to my amazing wife; she is so good with the kids.

What is your biggest fear?

My children being unhappy.

What was one of your middle school or high school nicknames? (If you had one)

Eagle Scout. I was given this nickname by the captain of the football team. No, I was not even on the football team.

Where and what was your first job?

I was a paperboy in my neighborhood.

Why do you teach the subject you teach?

I enjoy problem-solving.

How was your middle school experience? Rate it on a scale from 1-10.

7.3 out of 10. I learned to have lots of patience.

Please help us figure out these teachers’ identities! Make your guesses in the comment section below! Label them 1-4.

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Help Us Identify the Teachers!