I'm writing this as a 23-year old woman who hasn't seen Mrs. O'Brien in a decade - she has been, without a doubt, the single greatest contributor to my success later on in life. Having a truly thorough grip on the rules of the English language - as in, a willing-to-fight-about-it-'cause-I-know-I'm-right level of thorough - has consistently set my writing apart in high school, college, and in work. She's scary sometimes, and strict, but every single thing she taught stuck with me. Very grateful.
I had Mrs. O'Brien many years ago, but her advice and her teaching still reflect in my life. She had a tremendous impact on me, and I think that she is the best teacher I have ever had.
She is a truelly great teacher. She does have some down days but who doesnt? She is very fair. She is funny. She makes up ways for us to remember stuff on a test or something. Strict but good.
Mrs. O'Brien always wants us to be successful. She always gives us helpful hints that helps us. She just wants the best for us. She is funny and nice. We always have fun with her.
She is not mean. She just wants us to be successful. I think she is one of my favorite teachers. She is fair.
she is nice she was nice and mean to me when i was younger but now she may be the best thing on earth
She is a tough teach. . But she is a good teacher. She doesn't care about ur excuses and I guess in a way tha is good. Makes the people stop talkin more often.
Mrs. O'brien is an OK teacher but she doesn'tt let you explain yourself.