ANSWERS: 62
  • 8 years ago. She's ugly and mean and she swears at the class for not listening. She's a real B|7ch!
  • Yes I do, that was 21 years ago.
  • I can perfectly remember the name AND face of my kindergarten teacher. She went by the name Ms. Squib and she was a portly middle-aged white woman with long brown hair- a couple of grayish-silver strands tossed in there- and she had a son who wore a rat tail on the back of his head. He even put little beads on the end of the braid, lol. And this was...I don't even know how many years ago...
  • Mrs. Taylor, 43 years ago, and no, I can not forget her face or voice still. Thankfully my teachers got better.
  • Yes, I went to a school that my mum worked at at the time, it was called Sunny Side, and was run by a Hindu Splinter groupe that is often mistaken for a violent terrorist faction, My teacher was Ananda Marga, (I'm pretty sure Ananda is a title, not her first name.) a monk who ran the school, she was about 50, Pakistani, and always wore orange robes, I can see her face in my mind quite clearly.
  • yes, she was my mum. that was 10 years ago... gosh im getting old
  • Yes. I remember her quite well. I remember the faces and names of ALL my teachers/instuctors/professors even the substitutes. Kindergarten was a long time ago.
  • Miss.Ford and Mrs.Lickfold, Now that I think of it the latter she had a bloody weird name! lolz
  • Is that nursery? I'm not sure what the equivelent is. My first ever teacher was called Mrs Write, I can picture her face, I was in Blue class and that was 18 years ago.
  • Yes, and she still teaches Kindergarten at the same school. However, when I was in Kindergarten, Mrs. Katie Wieters was a "student-teacher" from the university I go to now, a kind of teaching assistant when Mrs. Janice Sanborn was the teacher. She passed away the following summer (of 1991) due to cancer, and it made sense to officially hire Mrs. Wieters as the interim Kindergarten teacher on such short notice. (Usually, the interim teacher still teaches the same class while the college student-teaching assistant usually goes on to get hired at a different school.) Here is her page, with her photo. She will be turning 41 on February 5th. http://usd473.net/Dist_Homepage/faculty/Elementary/Chapman/WietersK/index.htm
  • Mrs.Kar Tall,long black hair, big nose and drove a rust colored vega.34 yr ago/
  • Mrs Butler and I can almost see her kind face even though it has been 47 years since I was in kindergarten (She was also my 1st grade teacher).
  • Yes, yes. A good member of the community. A sweetheart. Mrs. Hoke. Just a wee bit before everyone was Ms.
  • Never went to KG, started school in grade one in a 2 room schoolhouse 1960, Miss Robertson was the teacher, she taught for many years before I started and was well respected, she died 1998, aged 103.
  • yeah. Mrs. Wendy Linden. she had brown hair and
  • yeah. wendy linden, she had brown hair. i still remember her face. that was like 10 yrs ago
  • I actually remember all of my school teachers, from kindergarten to college! Mrs. Hall was Kg., Mrs. Laas was 1st, Mrs. Keim was 3rd, and Mrs. Ayers was 4th. I took the bus and had to ride 18 miles because we lived in the country and this was a rural community. I went to a school called Blue Ridge Elementary, I started kindergarten in 1980! Wow, it didn't seem like that long ago until you asked this question.
  • Her name was Mrs. Bruce. Back in the late 50's-early 60's an Afro-American woman for both a part time kindergarten teacher as well as the school principal was very rare! She was a heavy set lady, with lovely black hair and a large mouth with really nice teeth and a warm smile. She helped me make my first "hand print" in clay to give to my mother. I liked her alot and I still have my report card from Kindergarten. My mother saved it and left it with alot of other sentimental things which I got after she died. I am glad I had such a great woman to be my first experience in the educational system, since some later on were not so great.
  • Yes, her name was Mrs. Dick. She had short dark curly hair. I remember her pleasantness, smile and patience. We fingerpainted to music and I loved recess; there were lots of tricycles to ride and balls to play with. That was 54 years ago in Parker Dam, AZ
  • Mrs. Hewitt and I remember she was hideous and mean. I can see her face at this very moment. that was 14 years ago.
  • i think her name was ms kraft and that was 25 yrs ago ..woah.lol
  • Yes. Her name was Mrs. Little and I can still picture her face. She was super friendly and a great teacher. That was 24 years ago.
  • Yes. Mrs. Keigher. 13 years ago.
  • Mrs. Crouch. A delightful little old lady, who always wore floral dresses. She taught me such songs as "The days of the week song" and "The tidy-up song" which I still remember all the words to. She was, by far, my favourite teacher. Kindergarten was 15-16 years ago.
  • Ms. Dameon was my Kindergarten teacher. My family kept in contact with her after that even.
  • I don't remember her name but she was a short Japanese woman with a happy smile, this was in Japan. This was 40+ years ago.
  • Yes Ms. St.Onge, she had a round wrinkled face and glasses and grey bowl-cut hair. It was 20 years ago.
  • When I was 5 kindergarten wasn't a requirement in the state I lived, therefore I did NOT go to kindergarten. HOWEVER, I can very clearly remember my first grade teacher's face and name...Mrs. May and that was 40 years ago!!
  • Yes! I was 4 when I started kindergarten in September, and turned 5 that December. That was 40 years ago! I had a young and pretty teacher who was Miss Morris when we started the school year, but when we came back from winter break, we had to start calling her Mrs. Harris!
  • They didn't have kindergarten when I started school 42 years ago. If you wanted kindergarten, you had to pay private schools in my city. But, my 1st grade teacher was Mrs. Perryman. She was a "large" woman, with a round face that was always smiling! She has always been one of my favorites. We even had to pay for "sack" lunches when I started. They usually had a baloney sandwich, bag of chips, and an apple or orange in the sack. It was half-way thru 1st grade before they started cooking lunches.
  • I can't remember her name but I remember she had long dark hair. She was Jewish and didn't allow us to celebrate holidays in the classroom like others did. I do remember having fun celebrating and learning about Hanukkah though. By Valentines Day the parents of students were getting upset that we didn't get to have the holiday parties like other classrooms did so we did have a valentines party. That was about 17 years ago.
  • Yes, her name was Miss Parry. That was 43 years ago. She was pretty and had dark hair. My older brother met her about 20 years ago and she still remembered me. I remember the last day of school, she hugged and kissed me goodbye.
  • Yes, I remember her kindness, soft spoken gentle soul. She smiled often and I liked school. I don't know her name but remember her "way." 40 years ago.
  • Yes, her name was Marie Natale. The year was 1970
  • Mrs. Strong....she always wore her hair in a bun....23 years ago *gulp*
  • Mrs. Blackmoor, 40 years ago. She was a sweetheart. Yes, I remember her. Ended up meeting her my senior year in high school, she moved in down the road from me.
  • Mrs. Tootle. She was a tall blond woman who I thought was just beautiful. It was 32 years ago. She's probably dead now.
  • I had two kindergarten teachers: Mrs. Wyman; and then Miss Collopy, when they finished building the new school in my neighborhood and I got transferred there. I can remember both of them fairly well, even though it was more than 30 years ago.
  • Yeah, her name was Miss Teresa Ross. I had here as a fourth grade teacher, too. Kindergarten was 20 years ago..
  • I'll never forget Miss Brunsma. She slapped the back of my head more than once. Mean old puckered up old shriveled up old bitch. 44 years ago.
  • I remembered her name until I saw your question! lol I know it started with a "P". I probably wouldn't be able to pick her out of a crowd. Geez, kindergarten was about 33 years ago!
  • yes her face has spots and she was about 39.her name was mrs.fenty thats rihannas sr.name.
  • stephanie rowsy and she was kinda young but i don't remember much else about her...it was about 15 years ago
  • mrs. skylar, she was an old teacher, white hair and all that jazz, it was about 10 years ago...makes me feel old but im only 14 >_<
  • 7 years ago....miss.pat Cummings older 65 was her age. white hair puffy. dry sense of humor. strict nice kind she would give you credit for everything she helped me pay atention she was great.
  • her name was Ms. Kinkaid. she was a cute little old woman who always smelt like honey . she was very creative, i still rember a song that we would sing while we had "carpet time" right b4 math. i sing it with my daughter . oh and thais makes me feel old this was almost 30 years ago.
  • Miss Simperman, 1990. Curly hair, round, stern parental voice deeper than my mom's. Can't seem to remember her ever smiling. How odd.
  • Tammy Holliday I still see her everyonce in a while. it has been 18 years ago since i was in kindergarten
  • Mrs. West. Short, round, little old lady with short gray hair and a very stern face. I remember her because, I moved her because she asked us to bring our favorite book to class to "read for story time." My mom taught me to read when I was three. So I brought my book and got up and read it. She was floored and let me read for story time every day after that. I was in Kindergarten in....Shhhh....1977.
  • Never went to actual Kindergarten--but when I was 5 my mother took a teaching job in a one room schoolhouse with the understanding that she could bring me along. To keep me busy, she put me with the 3 first grade kids. The rest is history.
  • Mrs.Cagle. She had beautiful blond hair, big green eyes, and nearly a perfect smile. And about 20 years ago.
  • First and last name, which I won't put here. I remember her face well too. She didn't like me. That was forty years ago. I remember all my others too.
  • Miss Delaney: 46 years ago
  • Yes Miss Franklin and Mrs Cracknell.. I started there when I was three so that was almost 31 years ago
  • yes. Mrs. kidd, and i do remember her, it was one of those classes in a trailer or something
  • Mrs. Murority yeah i do i wonder what happend to her. 13 years ago
  • Miss Rhineheardt A beautiful young red-headed German immigrant taught Kindergarten at Milton Avenue School. She was not only my first teacher, she was my first crush. I was devistated when she married mid-year. That was 55 years ago, and I still get a lump in my throat when I think of her.
  • Yes i remember her name was mrs.hehl she had brown hair and use to were these big fluffy skirts love itttt it was 7 years ago
  • Yes, and her name was Mrs. Goodier and she had cottony white hair and may have been tall. I never forgot kindergarten (much).
  • Mrs. Rhinehart in 1960
  • Yes, I can remember my first kindergarden teachers face and name. She is a second cousin, so it is easy to remember. We moved in the middle of the year. I cannot remeber either face or name of the second teacher. That was in 1969.
  • Oh yes. 1969 - Mrs. Reif and she JUST retired last year. Scary thing is that both my *daughter* and *son* also had her for their kindergarten teacher (and they're both nearly out of high school now). Guess she was right out of college back in my day. Yikes. Now I really feel old..... :o-(

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