My husband and I both had Mr. Coughlin in high school. He's really nice and clearly very knowledgable about music. I always felt sorry for him because I'm sure it's incredibly difficult to keep 130 students all paying attention and following the rules at the same time. He could have a temper, as others noted, but I can understand why he would get frustrated with the class sometimes. I would recommend taking band from him; he's a good teacher and you can tell he really cares about his students.
He is super cool. He never goes away. Whenever I turn around, he's standing there. I like when he shows us how to play a clarinet. He is a big amazing man. Play on Mr. C.
He is nice I guess... Even though he had to go though anger management...
If you are not in his select few faveorite students (wind ensamble), class is not fun at all. he needs to calm down.
Mr. C is the coolest. Band is the thing I miss most about high school and he has a lot to do with that. He really loves music and he loves to teach.
I think he needs to calm down, chill out and open his eyes to the fact that we're not all as bad as he thinks
Mr. C has got the right approack to teaching. He's friends with his students, but yet he can do hard work when the times comes. He makes music a lot of fun.
Music is my life, and being in his class only extends my knowledge of music
He is really cool and really serious when needed...awsome teacher.