This is Mrs. McGrew. She just retired from teaching in Benton after 27 years teaching Family and Consumer Sciences and she hosted some exchange students especially from Korea and even her children are from Korea. She's really loving, she's my Foods teacher and she's a loving person and she helped me survive my first months in America :')
Mr. Andreson, Government and Global Affairs teacher. He had been teaching in several states and I learn a lot from his great knowledge and friendliness
Mrs. Deerberg, sophomore English, communication and theater arts teacher, she's a great theater and speech director~ She's firm but kind and she directed a lot of musicals and plays already. I learn a lot about acting from her

Mrs. Schmuecker and Mr.. Hayden, my vocal music teachers. I love them, they've been teaching me the whole year and made me more confident on being a musical person

Mr. Patterson, a.k.a Patty a.k.a Patty Wack my art teacher, he's a fun person with a good ability of communicating with students. I definitely love his class

Mr. Conrad my American History teacher, people says he's grumpy when teaching , he even said that he's sometimes a grumpy old man, but he's a great teacher because everything he taught me still remains in my brain and he is friendly

Mr. Winsor, my World History teacher, another fun and young teacher, he was a college athlete and now one of the football coach, he likes to play history games he made and have a unique start-up questions everyday

Mrs. Richer a.k.a Mas Rica, her famous nick name Mas. Mas is my Spanish teacher and my Seminar teacher too, and she is really open to the students and really fun, that's why students love her and so do I

The point of all of this is:
I love American teacher!



The last 4 days of my experience in Benton is still sticking out in my head. I remember, on those last days, the Class of 2012 were already out of the school except me. With all of the proud, I still went on the yellow school bus and attend classes, also an additional class on D block to experience the making of pinata

I some kind of dropping my Global Affairs class for Spanish III (I'm sorry for my Global Affairs teacher, Mr. Anderson but you really know that I am super enthusiastic on your class and I finished my final assignments on Indonesian presentation and Global final test).

Not to forget the breakfast made by my Junior good friends in my Vocal Music class, and y'all now already a seniors and I'm so proud of you. That really made my last week, and you all really precious for my exchange experience

This hospitality, even in the last week of school when I just can socialize with the other underclassmen, make me proud of being a Benton Bobcat, and I will say:

I am a Benton Bobcat for life

Well, except if I'm accepted in one of American university in the future ;)

Juniors 2013 (now they are Seniors) on my Vocal Music class wrote plans for the special potluck breakfast on my last day in Benton. We're morning classmates for the whole school year

Cole and Kenzie my super-mega-ultra-bestfriends heating some pancakes on the Music office's microwave

Brandon and I was having a good time on Spanish class, with Sexy Fish whoops from our art class in previous quarter

My locker number was 293 and I love my locker. I didn't have locker partner, well, my locker partner 'ran away' though, while everyone shared their lockers with other person in their class

The flower piñata that I made on the Spanish III class with Nicole, Kadee and Miranda. And I looovvvee Spanish class!

My World History class, I'm their classmate for the whole semester and I love this class so much. This is the last class I attend that week

The stack of returned World History book, man, I wish I have just one of them. It's one of the best subject A__A


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