He says "And ummmm..." way too much but other than that, he's a cool guy and a nice principal :-).
Mr. Gordon is a really nice and good principal. He comes to our table at lunch just to say hi. He smiles at you and if you have a problem you can go to him for help. He is awesome.
The rhyme game and the and ummmmm...well they both really gotta go! You talk like we are in 1st grade or something.
You throw you go- his attitude toward his staff and students
Nice man, but tries WAY too hard to be cool. He is also a little to obsessed with the football team and doesn't take enough interest in other areas.
who can forget "you throw, you go" and "skin is NOT in" hahaha
Mr Gordon is amazing. His Inspirational messages stick with me all year long! I was so relieved to hear him come on the intercom each day!
No way with the bootay! He was alright but all he cared about was sports. And stop saying um...and stop trying to be cool
Tries too hard to be cool and doesnt promote the arts enough. There more to WP than just sports. Too traditional; should let organizations go outside the box
A good man -- jumps straight to action on school issues. He doesn't, however, give the arts the credit they deserve (when compared to the sports teams).
Mr. Gordon ROCKS! He cares about the students and is always positive!
needs to loosen up and let us have some fun...WPHS is a boring school because he doesn't allow certain things...and he shouldn't jsut single out the sports!!!!
This is the man of the hour. He works so hard for the school and it shows because we are an "A" school. The the Football team is other story
haha he is a decent guy but totally clueless to what the students need. Will never forget the way he handled Chris' death. Wouldnt let us honor him at all.
Great job Mr. Gordon, keep it up, you might be a great superintendant one day.
Bill Gordon is an Alumni of WPHS and has shown his devotion to our school through major unique motto's, school spirit, and taking the time to get to know teens.
He neglects every event in the school but the sports stuff! He never mentions the performing arts or other clubs, with some very, VERY rare exceptions.