In Memory

Anne Frank

Taught English



 
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11/06/09 04:21 PM #1    

Kristen Carter Nerz

She taught me so much. She was tough but great and fair. I was fortunate to have her. Kristen

11/24/09 02:37 PM #2    

Steven Paul Haas

I always like Mrs Frank. She was always friendly and funny and was a great teacher. When I swam early in the morning (swim team) she would let me sleep in her class instead of reading!! Only on those days though that I had to swim early-5am!!! She had a good sense of humor and was well-liked by other students. I am very sad to hear of her passing.

10/13/10 06:03 PM #3    

Linda Rudd

Nooooo.  This makes me very sad.  She was a wonderful teacher.

 

 


01/01/11 01:43 PM #4    

Robert H. Griffith

What can I say about my second favorite English teacher (Ms. Miller will always be my favorite!)?  Anne Frank was an awesome teacher and a caring and loving person.  She was VERY funny with a dry sense of humor.  As has been said already, she was tough...but fair.

I was very sad to hear of her passing, but I am sure she lived a very full life, no doubt touching many lives.  I will never forget her and will always appreciate her being tough with me when I needed it!


08/11/11 11:19 AM #5    

Mary Beth Butler

She was a wonderful teacher & one of the influences that caused me to get 2 degrees in English.


10/25/11 01:39 AM #6    

Cathy Bautch Castleberry

 I was blessed to have Mrs. Frank for two years of English.  To this day I call March 15th "the Ides of March" thanks to our study of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and the fact that she'd write the Ides of March on the chalkboard in the place she always put the day's date.  Another fond saying of hers has been passed onto my children when they ask me about the inconsistent grammar rules of the English language: "It's that way because they say so, whoever "they" is." Of course, having Anne Frank teach us about The Diary of Anne Frank was way cool, and the irony of it still makes me smile.  I will forever remember Mrs. Frank and the difference she made in my life!


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