Best spanish teacher you'll ever have !
Mr. Alvarez is one of the nicest teachers you'll meet in Kennedy High. At first he might look and sort of act strict/scary, but later you realize he's super chill and tells many stories while still t
May tell stories but they're actually funny and aren't pointless tangents like another spanish teacher. Overall very cool and always tries to help us to well in the class.
Not very good, just helps out everyone wayyy too much.
best stories ever hes really fun ask him why he buys lots of socks its a really funny story :)
Fun, interesting class because of all the stories he tells during spanish class. Chill teacher that gets the job done.
He is not a good teacher, teaching wise. I did not learn anything from his class. But he did tell me some useful information, stories, etc etc.
I loved Mr. Alvarez! He has the best stories and his absolutely hilarious. They are a little distracting, but his classes are easy and he is really nice. I can't say I learned a whole lot, however.
all the spanish teachers @ Kennedy are awful academically. I took four years of spanish and barely learned the basics. (and I am a decent student)vMr. Alvarez is nice but not a good teacher.
Mr. Alvarez is an easy teacher and he always has funny stories to tell you which gets you sidetracked from your work. Learned a little but had too much fun in that class.
Very easy teacher, doesn't give the best directions. But the class is easy, it doesn't matter. And hes very funny!
He is one of the gRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRReatest teachers and he is COOL. i enjoyed his class JJJJJJJJJJJust i did not like spanish.
hes soo cool. hes one of the nicest teachers ever. you can talk to him like a normal person. you dont have to watch what you say. hes really cool.
very kool teacher ... takes time to explain if you have problems ... trys as much as he can to help bring your grades up ... uses in life stories to interact
I had him in 8th grade when he taught Walker (not on the site). I love the guy. He tells the best stories, but needs to be a lot harder on his teaching/grading.