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 Post subject: teachers that you haven't seen since you graduated
PostPosted: February 12th, 2007, 9:06 am 
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I miss my grade 4/5 teacher.. Kevin Curran, who taught when I was in Souris Consolidated. He was the greatest. I remember that he used to live near town, I wonder how he's doing now?

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Grant Canvin is the lad i remember the most! Vice-P at bluefield in '87 and is THE most influential teacher i have ever met. Hope he is well!!!
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I meet a lot of my junior high and high school teachers at Confederation Court Mall, for some reason...

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Salmon Chaser wrote:
Grant Canvin is the lad i remember the most! Vice-P at bluefield in '87 and is THE most influential teacher i have ever met. Hope he is well!!!
SC

saw him sat afternoon at hunters, he hasnt changed a bit!


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carma smith, eric foster. carma grade 8 and 9, 9 home room, and eric foster, grade 5. carma terrified me...... i was too scared not to learn, lol. and she was 5' frig all, 100lbs soaking wet.

eric foster, grade 5... last of the true teachers imo. knew i was having trouble in math, phoned my parents, tutered me 2 afternoons a week, and drove me home from school. they sure as hell dont produce teachers like that anymore.


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I miss Cliff Germain. He was a guidence councilor at TOSH. He was the greatest guy ever!!!!!!

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My art teacher in Montague ... she use to give the guys extra credit if they would go to her house and paint it for her ... still remember she painted one room this deep purple ... and it took 4 coats of white paint to cover it up enough to make it a bit brighter ....


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PostPosted: August 8th, 2007, 7:44 am 
Salmon Chaser wrote:
Grant Canvin is the lad i remember the most! Vice-P at bluefield in '87 and is THE most influential teacher i have ever met. Hope he is well!!!
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I played ball with Grant last week. He is doing very well.

One I haven't seen in many years is Gerald MacDonald.
He was my teacher for a couple of years at Central Queens.


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Mr. Pepin, taught me grade 8 at Birchwood!


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PostPosted: August 13th, 2007, 8:27 pm 
One teacher I had who I would really like to know the where abouts of is my old science teacher Roger Bell.

Kind of curious where he may be since he got back on the streets. The further away the better.


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He is in Halifax.

Probation for a few more years.

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My grade 8 homeroom teacher Adele Arsenault at East Wiltshire. A very kind and sweet little woman. I have actually seen her quite a few times walking up and down Lwr. Malpeque Road so she must live nearby.


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One teacher I had who I would really like to know the where abouts of is my old science teacher Roger Bell.

Kind of curious where he may be since he got back on the streets. The further away the better.


thankfully he isnt blowing anything up .....


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He is in Halifax.

Probation for a few more years.

Phil


Wasn't he sent to federal prison? If that is the case, he wouldn't have gotten probation. You must be thinking of parole.


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Yea - parole.

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[quote="line twig"]carma smith, eric foster. carma grade 8 and 9, 9 home room, and eric foster, grade 5. carma terrified me...... i was too scared not to learn, lol. and she was 5' frig all, 100lbs soaking wet.

eric foster, grade 5... last of the true teachers imo. knew i was having trouble in math, phoned my parents, tutered me 2 afternoons a week, and drove me home from school. they sure as hell dont produce teachers like that anymore.[/quote] Hello twig,I like to say,Mrs. Smith was hard and now I understand why. I had her in grade 9, I have the highest respect for her now.there are many teachers that I say I respect so much. best of of a healthy life now Thank you techers so much. Remember though I was not great in english. Yours truly shawn mckenna


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Marian MacAdam from Morell High! Anybody on here that went to Morell Consolidated or Morell High?


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PostPosted: February 21st, 2008, 11:40 am 
I haven't seen ANY of my teachers since I left their classroom,..which is odd for PEI

St Jeans
Mary MacDonald
Mrs Leslie
Mrs McCarey
Mrs McKenna
Mr McInnis

Birchwood
Mr Casford
Miss Sommerville (for a minute)
Mr White
Mr McClintock

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Glen Claybourne,...*shudders* main reason i dropped out


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My grade 8 homeroom teacher Adele Arsenault at East Wiltshire. A very kind and sweet little woman. I have actually seen her quite a few times walking up and down Lwr. Malpeque Road so she must live nearby.


When I left Stonepark(last year) she was still teaching cooking there.


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I think my kids had Claybourne.


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