Teacher Appreciation Week: Wednesday, May 6

Braintree High News asked the students of BHS who they appreciate and why as part of Teacher Appreciation Week. We will publish some of the responses every day this week. If you would like to submit your own response, either fill out one of the blue forms in front of House One, or click here to complete the form online.

by Christa Shanley
Class of 2015

Mrs. Lebo is the most caring, selfless teacher I have ever met. She would do anything for anyone. I don’t think she gets enough credit because she’s a teacher in Alternatives, but no one down here gets the credit they should. She makes sure everyone understands what they’re learning and would take time out of her busy day to make sure you’re not only okay with school work, but with life as well. I really appreciate Mrs. Lebo.

by Pedro Torres
Class of 2015

I appreciate Mr. Coyne for working with me to get into college and allowing me the opportunity to take college courses.

by Harry Gill
Class of 2015

Mr. Riordan, I would not be graduating if you did not suggest the Alternatives Program, even though I refused it twice. I also enjoyed escaping the heat of classrooms by getting sent to your air conditioned office.

by Kristina Keymont
Class of 2015

Mr. Bochman – A big thank you because if it wasn’t for you, I would not be graduating with the Class of 2015! All of your advice in meeting meant a lot to me.

by Sara Landrey
Class of 2018

Mr. Flynn pushes me to work to the best of my ability and in Math he makes the work a lot easier.

by Manny Birch, Jr.
Class of 2017

I will love to thank all of the teachers in the programs because they all make a great connection with the students. They are grade A role models, and make great efforts to make sure we get the education we need to graduate. What I most appreciate is the student-tecaher bond we all have in the program. I know the teachers actually care. Thank you and Happy Teacher Appreciation Week

by Ryan Piccuito
Class of 2017

Mr. Dahlbeck is the only teacher I’ve seen who doesn’t get all superficial with us. We’re not just students or kids who have to listen to him, we’re people. We don’t like being looked down on because we’re supposed to be taught. You teach because it’s your job and you respect us because you want to, not just because it’s obligatory.

by Kristina Keymont
Class of 2015

Mr. Crook – You’re always the one to kindly address and offer suggestions to students. You make them realize what they need to improve. You’re an awesome teacher. Thanks for being here!