Who's Your Favorite Teacher?

Patch wants to know which Washington Township educator made the most impact on you.

For some, it's "the most wonderful time of the year," and for others it means a fun-filled summer has come to an end.

It's back to school season, and parents, teachers and students alike are all focused on making the next 180 learning days the best possible for all involved.

If there's one thing they all have in common, though, it's that one teacher (or multiple) that stood out and made a difference in his or her life. 

Maybe it's the that taught you how to push yourself and work hard physically; maybe it's the math or science teacher that you actually paid attention. 

Or maybe it's a school administrator that helped guide you in the right direction during your formative years.

Whichever it is, show him or her some love here on Patch. Tell us in the comments section who made that positive impact on you as a student, and why.

As always, thanks for participating. 

LVrandomname August 22, 2012 at 08:06 PM
Mr. Walsh in WMCHS
denise August 23, 2012 at 01:44 AM
Glad to hear mr damiter..my daughter will have this year! Mrs Baker 4,mr jones 5,mrs Doherty 7, mrs sweeney 7,mr gene shop, mrs Sheila's gym lvms .....always will love. Mr grauerholz 8 history! Mrs powell and mrs Tynan for kindergarten and first in 2000! Always and forever love our principal dr canning !!!!!
Jon August 23, 2012 at 03:45 AM
An open note to all teachers: If your name is not mentioned in the comments here, it doesn't mean that you weren't someone's favorite teacher. It just means that the student(s) whose favorite teacher you were either don't subscribe to the Patch, or didn't read this article, or didn't feel like taking the time to submit a comment. That is not to take away from the important, difficult, tiring, and far too often thankless work that you do.
Lawrence Coulthurst August 26, 2012 at 11:21 PM
Joe Thomas WMC history teacher. Simply the best. Thanks Joe!
Alfredo alfacmercoo September 30, 2012 at 09:05 PM
Mrs Dickenson was definitely the best for my daughter. All the fifth grade teachers are excellent


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