Thanks big brother Matt @ Jesusluvsall for tagging me! The kids in my city return to school tomorrow, praying all the students across the world have a safe and successful school year. 🌎 📚❤️
P.S. Back in May, when I went to get my second Covid shot, my high school home room teacher, Mr. Parker, was there volunteering. That was exciting, I hadn’t seen him since graduating from high school. 🤗
Here is how the tag works.
1- Choose any picture you like to represent school.
2- Please share a link back to the creator of Back to School Tag- jesusluvsall.org
3- Thank the person who tagged you.
4- Answer the questions.
5- Tag whoever you like.
Here are the questions with my answers.
- What is a favorite memory for you from your school days?
I liked having a 2 hour work release during my senior year. I was in DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) and was working at a shoe store in the mall so was able to get off early for work.
2. What is a fun story from your school days?
Looking back, it’s funny how I pretty much ate the same thing for lunch everyday the last year or two of high school from the a la carte line. It was always pizza or chicken sandwiches, French fries, and lemonade.
3. Who is a teacher you have fond memories of?
I liked many of my teachers, but I remember my 7th grade home room teacher Mr. King seemed extra nice. He had his wife bake us brownies once. And he was actually a kindergarten teacher at my elementary school back when I was in kindergarten.
4. What classes did you like as a child?
Science and Art were interesting to me. But English was probably the subject I always did the best in.
5. What classes did you like as a university student?
Technology and Innovation because learning about the many future technology ideas was interesting. Also the World Religions class because it’s helps to have an understanding about what others believe when trying to share Jesus Christ.
6. Is there a teacher who impacted your life?
I remember the names of all my teachers, so I am guessing in some way they all made a difference even though I can’t remember a specific story right now.
7. Is there a teacher you did not like but now you do?
Mrs. Morgan in the 6th grade was considered by most to be the “mean teacher.” I don’t have any contact with her today, but I guess she was just being stern to keep us on the right track lol.
Anyone reading this who would like to share their school memories, please feel free! Remember to pray for the safety of all students. 📚 ✏️