Monthly Archives: January 2019
Meet Suzanne Black, my new next-door neighbor this year. If you don’t know her, you should get to know her as soon as possible to greatly improve your life. If you don’t love her the second you meet her, there’s something wrong with you at a deep emotional level. Suzanne is one of those teachers that can easily put things into perspective for you, with her vast Southern wisdom. She is always smiling and always cheerful, and she can tell a story in a way that would put Aesop and the brothers Grimm to shame. Even when the stress of AB Calculus get to her, it never stops her from being the kindest and warmest person. Thank you, Suzanne, for being one of the main reasons I enjoy coming to work every day.
I have the most thoughtful teammates and students ever!! In honor of my birthday today, they dressed up in blue and khaki, and it was awesome!! Thank you all so much for making today extra special!!
Thank you Michele Zugaro, Don Kemp, Krissy Baker, Paul Lidster, John Watkins, Eve Engelbrite, Lowell Johnson, Suzanne Black, Mary Jo Wilt, Ryan B., Tomas O., Grace H., and Stella Y.
This young man is an AP Calculus student, a talented musician, a Coppell Red Jacket … the list goes on. He is smart, talented, and always puts his best foot forward. I was particularly humbled when he came up to campus on an exam day (from which he was exempt), to take this photo with me. Trevor has so many options open to him when he leaves high school at the end of this year; I’m excited to learn which path he pursues, and I’m glad I got the opportunity to teach him as a student and to know him as a person.