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Riley Wania

Ms. Rowe can’t help but smile as she teaches her latest biology lesson about ecology and the soil food web. Her genuine love for all things science makes her class an enjoyable place to learn.

Jessica Rowe

Mrs. Rowe, 

I wish I had the words to explain the impact that you’ve had on me in my four years here at FHC. I remember meeting you my very first day in this building, Freshman Transition Day. That was 4 years ago. For the last four years, you have believed in me far more than I thought any teacher ever would. You showed me that teachers really care about their students. You have helped to guide me on this path from a scared little freshman who was afraid of growing up to a fearless incoming college student at WashU who can’t wait to explore everything that life has in store for me. When I gave that little speech on why you should be Teacher of the Year, I meant every single word. You are the epitome of an amazing teacher. I know I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again; you have sparked my interest in becoming a teacher. I genuinely aspire to be even a fraction of the kind of teacher you are. Thank you so much Mrs. Rowe. I’m not sure that I would’ve made it to where I am today without you. I can’t wait to come back and update you on all of the things I accomplish. I hope you know how appreciated you are. 

Thank you, again,

Madi Hermeyer

 

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