nice and very helpful to her students. works hard to see successes
Mrs. Greco is mean and gives no leeway, she obviously uses favoritism.
a little 2 much makeup... really loves florida and her sunglasses, and if i can remember right from when i had her she loved her birds. interesting person but kinda a textbook-teacher
She was one of the best teachers I've ever had. She was always so kind. Many of my friends thought of her as not their favorite teacher.
Teacher-Student relationships are usually mutual, but she loved me and I can't exactly say the same about her. She does talk a lot about random stuff, and she has a rubber chicken which she throws around. Enough with the freaking 6 toes. Does that impact her teaching? No! You could get away with doing homework in class when you forgot to do it the night before (not sure that's a good thing). I am an A student, but I was totally unprepared for the state test. Overall, she was very "meh".
my least favorite teacher, she just talks and talks about nothing related to math
Not so great. Forces you to do your proccess and check, notetaking, and all that useless stuff that we will never actually have to use. At least we don't have any homework
she teaches you absolutely nothing. you are totally unprepared for the state tests. she is really wierd and has a blue chicken she thinks is funny to throw around at the end of the year.
You know what, you can say all you want about her, but those IRRITATING solve and check problems really did stick in my mind! She is WAY better than Mr. Paquette next year. HE IS THE WORST!!!
Mrs. Grecco thinks is going to pick up the phone right now.
Rocks!!! No classwork. Lets us do homework in class. Rock on!!!!!!!!!!
AHH!!! first of all, she has 6 toes (no rumor) but she got it removed. Also, she is totally anerexic. She used to be a bit overweight. I learned a lot in her class, but she didn;t lile me
i think she is not a real teacher. all she does is look in the answer book.
okay so she talks in 3rd person like...ALL THE TIME and once she wuz actually talking in first person!...but then she corrected herself. her eye makeup needs help.
nice, but kinda annoying. yells out test scores and gives an absurd amount of hw.
Pie day came and she made such a big deal of it.She said that all the houses had to make Tshirts, WE WERE THE ONLY HOUSE.And the achitecture unit(sorry I can't spell)is soo SLOW!!
all she does is talk and not let us do anything. doesnt help and gives away the answers
nice teacher, just needs to make class more interesting
she is actually a really nice teacher and knows math. she just needs to teach a little more WITHOUT the textbook
People here are not giveing her much credit and there is nothing wrong with talking in 3rd person
talks in 3rd person and teaches things after u spent hours trying to figure it out the night before, other than that shes nice...i guess...
talks in third person, is obsessed with her daughter ( hu plays discuss and used to wrestle) and wrote her daughters essays for school during math class..GRECO!
The only thing that we did this year that the others houses had learned about was pie day. Mmmmmm pie. She said it was impossible to finish the text. SLOW!!!!!!
ahh i hated this teacher! she would teach so slowly we never finished half of the things we should have done by the end of the year.
doesn't do any special activities. (except for pi day)
mrs. Greco didnt teach me anything wont put anyone in 8th grade math loves pigends.
Talks in third person, doesn't teach anything, and she looks for things on your test to fail you on. She doesn't even know how to teach her own subject.
She talks in the third person "Mrs. Greco wants youo to do pages 162-163
why does she always speak in 3rd person?? who cares about her stupid daughter, and why does she eat raisin bagels?
omg that lady is on something&she is way madd out of it & krazy/sick in the hed man!
She doesn't really teach us we just go around the room we dont really have to do our hw! but the pigeon thingy was SO kule man! yet so funny!
She does her taxes while we teach ourselves from the notebooks