That is so hard...I can not pick one... I respected those teachers so much...
Mr Ken Jensen and Mr. Jim Swenson...if it were not for them, I would not have been a math teacher. They convinced me to follow that path instead of the one I was thinking of taking after a year in college.
Ms. Hallenburg--who I never had--choir and my voice do not mix, but throughout the past years, we would run into each other, and she would say, "Hi Ms. Deschene, how are you? How is teaching going?"
Mr. Boege--Biology--still says Hi Mary Jo. How can that be, that they still remember me?
Mrs. Jorissen who taught me to ask WHO WHAT WHERE WHY HOW....I would not have handled all the essay questions I ever saw...but I would answer those questions and hope for the best.
Mr. Colvin--I hated history but I never worked so hard in a class.
Mr. Hochstetter--the courage he showed with his health problems and still could teach us. I quoted things from his Humanities class in my college Humanities class.
Mr. Olson and Mr. Peterson ---band.....I learned a lot there and accomplished a lot because of their hard work.