I am still using the life lessons she taught me by example 16 years ago. She made American literature easy to understand and related it to every day life. Years later I found out that she often helped students financially without ever telling anyone. She called parents when students needed more help and when students excelled in their lessons. She gave a six pence to every student. I used mine at my wedding. I will never forget her because she played such an important role in my life.
A true educator! She expected EVERYONE to follow the rules. She gave us the grade we earned. She taught the literature, its history, and connected all of it to our daily lives. She was funny, intelligent, and knew some interesting fact about any topic mentioned. Former students stopped her to thank her for all she did for them. She gave money to needy students. She prepared us for life. I was sorry to see she had to take a medical retirement this year. She will be missed. She is a true lady!
This lady knows something about everything! She gave us a sixpence for our wedding and knowledge to use for the rest of our lives.
Thank the powers that be for giving me this lady as a teacher. She teaches so much more than literature! She taught me to respect myself and how much fun it can be to learn new things. Thank you.
all students treated fairly_really knows the material_makes it possible for everyone to do a good job_keeps up with technology_doesn't allow students to rule the room_very sharp and very funny
If you follow the school rules, everything will be cool. No matter what subject comes up, she can give you new facts! She lets us act out stories and sing songs based on poetry.
I love Mrs. Keen!!!! She is a wonderful teacher. I learned so much from her, everyone should try and get her for english III.
Ms. Keen was a great teacher. One of the best instructors of creative thinking I've ever had. I had her in 95. She ranks among the best teachers I've ever had.
She's the best. I had her back in 1981. I can't believe she's still teaching. If not for her, I would've never made it in college. Thank you!