PV: I Appreciate Mrs. Reed

Leilah Gomez, Staff reporter

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By: Leilah Gomez

I hate school. If you know me, you know I don’t really like most teachers, either.  But Mrs. Reed isn’t one of them. Mrs. Reed is one of the most kindhearted people I know. She also has a great sense of humor. She’s overall just a really good teacher. She was the only teacher that could explain things better to me.

Usually, I have the hardest time staying on task or paying attention. But in Mrs. Reed’s class, it was easy for me to stay on task. There’s little funny moments here and there, but it doesn’t really get me off task as much as I usually would because she would get right back on track. If I had a dime for every time I didn’t get something in the lab and she helped me, I would be so rich.

Mrs. Reed’s class is fun too. Her class is one of the classes I didn’t dread this year. She’ll let me and my partner work outside in the hall, if we wanted to. When we are in labs, she’s usually laid back on how much we talk. We would usually talk to her at her desk, too. I can’t even begin to explain how sweet she is.

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