Recently we posted this image to our Facebook page from a teacher on our team:
The comment section then blew up with people responding with amazing teacher names. Some were their own names, some were their kids’ teachers’ names, some were their own teachers’ names. But all of them—all of them—were gold.
“Now, I’ve been Mr. Reid for many years in the English classroom; meant to be.”
—Chris and Julie M.
“His wife, also Dr. McMath, also taught math at the same college.”
“I’ve also seen these names, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Mean, and Miss Stake over the years.”
“The vice principal was Ms. Wright. Our guitar teacher was Mr. Strum. PE teacher was Mr. Converse, and my favorite, Liaison Officer Cst. Constable.”
When multiple commenters added they couldn’t believe it, Cathy responded again:
“Truth. I might add I badly injured my foot one year and had to bring Mr. Converse notes from my foot specialist … Dr. Treadwell. Lol.”
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