Literally walks around the media center on lunch and tutorial and looks for every little reason to kick someone out because he has nothing better to do. Just a horrible person in general and the only kids he likes are the people who work in the library.
In order for him to like you, you NEED to A) Respect the library, B) Respect the staff, and C) Try not to get scared of the first impression. His rage is justified when it happens, but he is a reasonable man if you are a reasonable person.
He's great if you're in Tech Staff and he's a really smart person, he just doesn't want to have to deal with kids doing stupid things in the Media Center.
Scary at first, but once you get to know him he's a very nice guy and very helpful. He does a lot for the school and people dont realize that. Tech staff is a great class with him as a teacher
I dont know whats wrong with some of you people who have already rated him - he is one of the nicest people that i have ever met, and he seems extremely nice and helpful to everyone i see him near
Generally nobody likes him, only a few students, some Techstaff people, staff members. He has bad human relation skills and hates people for no reason. And is completely pompous.
He seems to always assume the worst in non tech staff kids. I was once making copys WITH A TEACHER (who looked young and he'd never met) and he yelled at us because we may have been copying finals.
Very strict but very kind and caring! He may seem mean on the outside but he is very helpful. He allowed my club to stay in the library into the evening. Works so hard!!!
Simsovic was AWESOME!!! I worked for him all four years, and I had a really good time! I usually did the deliveries. I was never a computer genious, but he still let me work for him. Man, those were the good ole' days.~2004 Grad
2003-4 will be my 4th year working with him. I can truly say that it has been fun and I am looking forward to it.
He isn't a librarian. He's basically the tech guy. He does his job well though.
Best media spec. ever! Dedicated, hard-working, and unfortunately has to police