She is a very "insteresting" person who may share a bit too much about personal life but is very kind and many hated her in 6th grade but have grown to like her a little bit.
SHE IS SO MEAN SHE HATES ANWERING QUESTIONS AND IS MEAN TO KIDS WITH DISABLILITYS SHE MIGHT SEEM NICE ON THE FIRST DAY BUT SHE IS NOT
She would yell and scream at a kid who had learning disabilities oh wait three
I hate her. I know more about this subject than she does. There are features in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint that she fails to teach. Also, her "class" time is devoted to her telling us what to do instead of actually teaching us what to do. If a student has a better way of doing a simple task, you should listen instead of yelling at him or her for not following the teacher's "instruction" even though that way is a hundred times easier.
She is nice most of the time. All you need to know is that do exactly what she says and you can survive her class.
reallly cool. so nice. for all you haters, its cuz ur dumb and annoying. good keyboarding/computers teacher
I'm glad I had Mrs. Jago during my only year at Crossroads. Scan be a little strict and tough, but she's also friendly and funny. As a new student this year, I needed to learn about the computers at the school and she was really helpful. The stuff I learned in her class helped me create the Sigma yearbook (Mr. Marusky helped too -- he let me use his computer during lunch and AP). Mrs. Jago is definitely a good teacher, she should stay a computers teacher. Sigma 2005-2006 8th grade Per. 7B, 2nd Semester
she moved my seat every day. idk i hope she got better. i was her first class of the year so mayb that was the problem.
really nice- shes like a miracle worker--- who woulda known that keyboarding could be even the slightest bit fun? i thought it was-- now neways lol