Alexis Labarge

Mr. Perkowski

Jessie Mavros:

I don’t think I’ve gone home after school and talked about a teacher more than I did for you. I would just get so excited after every class because it was so much fun, and I couldn’t help talking about it, not just to my mom but with my friends as well. Your class taught me so much. Not just about psychology since we both know our classroom conversations would wander from that subject a lot of the time, but also just listening to your stories or you just talking about other subjects was so intriguing. Half of the time, I would just be sitting there thinking, “Yes, keep talking,” because I could listen to you talk about stuff all day. You just have this way with speaking that everything sounds a whole lot more interesting than it should be, and that’s a fantastic quality! I just really admire you as a teacher and as someone who has had so many experiences that you’ve learned from and can share with others. There were many times where I would want to ask you what you studied in college, what books you read, everything because everything you knew I already had a deep interest in and wanted to learn more about. You were like my living and breathing encyclopedia, if you will, that I wanted to continue learning from. I don’t know, you’re just a great teacher and a great person, and even though this is your first year here, I just wanted you to know that you have really inspired me and have become one of my favorite teachers of all time, and I want to thank you for being you. • Copyright 2021 • FLEX WordPress Theme by SNOLog in