Enjoy your summer…

…  and keep up the hard work next year.

About 2007-2008, you wrote:

  • Poor Quarter
    Mr. Heyer
    won’t let me roll
    you down
    the hallway
    even though
    it’s only advisory
  • The Diary of Anne Frank … I can’t wait to learn more …”
  • “‘Flowers for Algernon’ … I give this story ten points out of ten points”
  • “The butterfly project in LA was hard but fun.”
  • “This year was ok, I guess …”
  • “Language Arts was awesome because I knew a lot of people in the class.”
  • “… inkblot, Rorschach test. I don’t remember what mine looked like, but it was really awesome.”
  • “The Holocaust was very depressing and sad.”
  • “This class has been very fun.”
  • “All the different stories were good.”
  • The Contender was a good book to read.”
  • “Mr. Heyer and Ms. Seifert are great.”
  • “Mr. Heyer tried to defend that the red liquid was Kool Aid but was overcome by grammar.”
  • “I remember when we read those cool stories from our InterActive Reader.”
  • “The air guitar was probably one of the funniest things that happened in Language Arts all year.”
  • “When Mr. Heyer went looloolooloo with a guitar.”
  • Anne Frank” (the movie) was one of my favorite things in this class.”
  • “… and everyone laughed, so I laughed harder, and Mr. Heyer sent me and another student outside”
  • “The last day of school Mr. Heyer locked his keys in the classroom, so we sat outside and talked quietly.”
  • “‘Tell-Tale Heart’ was just creepy … The Diary of Anne Frank (the play) was the best because it was based on a real thing.”
  • “It’s so pathetic that people couldn’t be quiet for just one minute. I can’t stand it.”
  • “On my first day of school (partway through the year) I was really nervous since I was new, but everyone was really nice.”
  • “The four corners game was fun.”
  • “We are dinosaurs.”
  • “When we wrote about a person we admire, I wrote about my dad.”

By Mr. Heyer

Mr. Heyer currently teaches Business Computing courses and is the Yearbook advisor at Goodson Middle School in Cypress, Texas.