Mrs. Welle was the first professor I encountered at St. John Vianney High School after having been expelled from Freehold Township High School. I refer to Mrs. Welle as a professor, not a teacher. The term "teacher" does no justice to Mrs. Welle. Her desire and ability to educate and further younger generations to greatness is unparalleled.
I want to take this opportunity to thank her for teaching me how to write properly. Hopefully she will read this. (My thesis statement is forthcomig!!)
The 500 char. limit doesn't do this amazing teacher justice so pls forgive my shorthand, B. I had her as a teacher multiple times throughout 00-04, most memorably for Hon. English. She's easily the best teacher in a school I otherwise had SERIOUS problems w/. She taught me how to write excellent papers and I got an A on every paper I wrote Fresh. Yr of Coll. Maybe a little disorganized, MYBE a little of an oddball, but all great minds are. Most of all, she was a sweet lady. Hope she is well. -AJ
Mrs. Welle was my Honors English teacher in the 2000-2001 school year. She taught us how to write great papers, and I minored in English and sailed through my college writing courses because of her.
I had Mrs. Welle as a teacher almost ten years ago and I still remember her fondly. She's a bit of a kook but very helpful! She also gives insightful feedback on term papers
I had Mrs. Welle for senior year Honors English about 5 years ago and I still use the things that she taught me in grad school. Take her if you want to learn to write a good paper
The person who inspired me to become an English Lit teacher...Ms. Welle if you read this...you rock!
She has mood swings, but she's funny and ditzy in a good way. One of the smartest people you will ever meet.
Ok, she's a bit bipolar... but an awesome class none the less.
She was awesome, very fun class. I really enjoyed english lit because of her, she used to come into the bathroom and warn us to put the butts out
shes cool and is funny and her class is easy unless your retarted