I miss you so much mrs.swanson I wish you would come to sixth grade with us and be are history teacher I am going to miss you but I will come visit you some time I’ll try. you’ve been a great teacher and I will always pretend that I have a mini you on my shoulder to help and to tell me that I need to do my projects. LOL. I am going to miss you.
Hey Mrs.Swanson!!! Did you have a nice summer? I miss you SO much! 6th grade(or Middle School in general) has been different than 5th grade in many ways. I also hope that the 4th graders you have been teaching are behaving themselves, especially my little brother!
Samantha, your words literally brought tears to my eyes. It makes me so happy to know that you and all of the other Swanson Scholars are being successful in middle school and still love learning so much!
I was so excited that I got to hear you present your Research 4 Discovery Project at Singley this year. It was amazing! Continue to work hard in your GT/AP classes because I can tell you are learning so much (and truly developing that wonderful brain of yours). Have a great start to your 1st year in High school– I cannot believe it!
Hi Ms.Swanson it Judy from 2012-2013. I cant belive im in 7th grade. All that you thought me in class (mostly history) came really help full right know (learning tx history). I really miss stipes, I really loved the mythology part of your class.
It is so good to hear from you Yuriria!! I can’t believe you are are about to be an 8th grader. It makes me so happy to know that you are using your prior knowledge of US history now that you are studying about the history of Texas. I’ll also never forget how much you loved mythology! We sure had fun in class, didn’t we?
I hope you have a wonderful start to your school year. Best of luck and stay in touch!
Hi Mrs. Swanson! It’s Christina from 2 years ago. I can’t believe that I’m a 7th grader. This is my 2nd year in Carrollton. I was hoping to see you around but I never saw you. My brother (Kennett) is in high school now. He goes to Hebron now.