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Posted Tuesday, August 11, 2009 06:37 PM


Anna Toberman (Chicago, IL) wrote on Facebook on June 25, 2009 at 4:27pm
Herb Potter attended the 30th reunion. Does anyone keep in touch with him or our other teachers?
Donna Thomas George (Kansas City, MO) wrote on FB on June 25, 2009 at 11:43pm
Anyone remember Mrs. Wooton the english teacher with that huge bunch of keys that hung on her hip. I used to think that when she died, they'd bury her with her desk. Or sitting at it frowinng at everyone one last time. lol You could hear her coming before you actually saw her.
Curtis Robertson replied to Donna's post on June 26, 2009 at 3:51pm
Yep, I remember Her, she sent me to the office three times in one day, because Glen Mize was sitting in my "assigned seat" so I sat in the seat behind him...When I got to the office, Valine wasn't there so the secretaries sent me back to class...She didn't believe me, sent me again, Saw Valine, but He just rolled his eyes, then forgot to sign my office visit slip...So she didn't believe I went, again...So sent me back the third time...Got it signed, returned, Glen was still in my seat, she told me to just sit

Still trying to figure out exactly what I did wrong in the first place ! lol. the time I went to lunch, my Mom, who worked in the cafeteria, had heard all about me getting sent to the office....Thanks to some of my faithful friends for "ratting me out"
Nancy Ullery Franklin (Central Coast, CA) wrote on June 26, 2009 at 10:59pm
I had Ms. Dickson too. First hour, always fell asleep. Never read the books. And to watch her get mad when no one knew the answers to her questions and she would answer them herself.
Donna Thomas George (Kansas City, MO) wroteon June 27, 2009 at 11:09pm
I had to sit in my 'assigned' seat which was exactly in front of her desk so she could glare at me. *rolling eyes* Sheesh, that woman. One day I came to school and she says in a nonchalant tone, 'Oh Donna, you're alive. I'd read you'd died in a car accident last night.' She said it as if we were talking about the weather. Not anything like, 'Oh thank God, you're alive!' or anything like that. I know my face was blank and my mouth was gaping open as I walked dazed to my seat wondering what in the world was wrong with her?????? Maybe the weight of all those keys was affecting her??? Go figure.... I remember feeling like I should apologize or something that it wasn't me....
Robert Price wrote on June 29, 2009 at 5:33pm
I remember Mr. Mack. He was one of my favorite teachers. I had him for freshman and sophmore years in band. He had such compassion for music. Two weeks before the start of our freshman year my dad passed away. When we started and he found out about it, he took me aside and told me if I needed to talk about anything he was there. Even if it didn't involve music he would listen. Years after that he would still come to me to see if things were going ok. He was a good man as well as a teacher.
Donna Thomas George (Kansas City, MO) wrote on June 29, 2009 at 9:57pm
Anybody remember Mrs. Woods the PE teacher? She was awful...

But when she dressed up she had some gorgeous athletic legs, especially in heels! Wow. I wouldn't have noticed but my husband used to bring it up a lot. To which he usually got an elbow in the gut.
Donna Thomas George (Kansas City, MO) wrote on July 3, 2009 at 8:50pm (apropos of what, I don’t know ‘cause I deleted it). are such a DUFUS!