It may seem that, as high schoolers, all teachers are some evil entity that is out to patronize students. In retrospect, this could be further from the truth and is just an ignorant stereotype. Mrs. Carlson, from the accounts I have collected, shatters this stereotype into a million little pieces and sets those pieces afire in a blaze of glory.
Mrs. Laurene Gatlin, a biology teacher here in at Oswego High School, will be retiring this year after 15 years of teaching. Mrs. Gatlin has been working as a biology teacher for 10 years at OHS out of those 15 years. With her retirement around the corner, Mrs. Gatlin is trying to relish in her time while she has it.
Ms. Jamie Bechina, an English teacher and girls track coach here at Oswego High School, has undoubtedly made a great impact on the Panther community from her work with English students to athletes.
Mr. Gary Mosley is a Special Education teacher that teaches and co-teaches Algebra I here at Oswego High School. He has been teaching at OHS for eight years. Mosley went to Waubonsee Community College, then he transferred...
At first glance, Mr. Gregory Pelzer may seem like every other math teacher, pushing formulas and theories at rows of uninterested students, but his impact continues far beyond mathematics.