Mrs Moeller is very strict and picks favorites but she's amazing teacher and she knows what she is doing. She'll like you if you are good in her class. Which isn't that hard.
That female dog cray!
She has helped me with many things. She got me into choir and I wouldn't have all these friends because of her. she is helpful and nice.
Great teacher who knows her stuff
she's an amazing person and I love her dearly
She just yells at literally everybody. She's a choir teacher and she doesn't even know how to sing. She just plays piano because her voice is God awful. She has an entire choir government for absolutely no reason just to do all of her work for her. Oh and by the way, if you ever talk of chew gum in class, she will call you out in the middle of class and make you feel absolutely worthless about yourself. I'm not a bad kid by any means. In fact, I'm a fantastic kid. But I can't make one mistake.
You will never meet a teacher who is more passionate about her students and her art. she is very strict and that makes people who join choir for the "easy A" mad. if you work hard and care, then she will love you. If you have
If you don't take dance at Miller-Marley, you're screwed. She places a huge emphasis on dancing rather than singing. She cares far too much about the reputation of the department, and not the well-being of the students.
i love marsha! yes, she does play a little favoritism but doesn't the performing arts world too?if you do what you're supposed to and try as hard as you can, she'll love you. Great music in chorale and chambers.
She has some issues she needs to take care of if shes going to be a descent choir director. she has some pluses. but most are negatives. she needs to open her eyes to talent in the whole department rather than just one person
She is a disorganized klutz with no sense of existence besides her marshaness.
she hates me one minute, then loves me the next. she needs to keep her mood swings in check. her inconsistency makes me anxious.
she can be pretty hurtful when she wants to be, and i don't think thats the way to promote music in school