The following arte essays by McPolin Elementary School teacher Linda Ferguson’s second- and third-graders, who recently read "My Teacher for President: by Kay Winters. By Kevin King I think that my teacher would be a good president because She gives people jobs. She signs paper. She lives in a big house. She is organized. She is fair. People follow her. She helps people. She has a schedule. Everybody likes her. By Efrain Valeriano If my teacher was president I will be her assistant. She will live in the White House. She will have people following her. She will make speeches. She will go to Washington, D.C. She will be a good president. She will make sure there are good laws. She works hard. She will have pets. She will have a pool in the White House. By Quinn Dymalski My teacher organizes well. My teacher has meetings. She would be a good choice for President. She is really nice. She is my favorite teacher. I would like her to be President. I would like her to fly somewhere really nice. By Josue Pantaleon My teacher is nice and good at reading. She will be a good president. She is going to be a nice president. I think she will be a good president because she is good at teaching. By Patrick Schloesser My teacher almost always goes to meetings. She writes a lot. She helps people. She doesn’t want people to fight. She doesn’t want people to fight. She doesn’t say bad words. She doesn’t want people to get hurt. She signs papers. She reads a lot. She does stuff for people and she likes books. By Charlie Barth I bet my teacher could make a good president. My teacher is really nice. She likes kids. She helps out. She has meetings. She knows a lot of stuff. She’ll be really good at being president. I would like her being president but I would miss her. By Katelyn Thompson I think my teacher is good at teaching stuff. She is go good at hearing us read. She is good at reading. She is good at math. She is so good at writing. When we have a question she listens to everything. She is good at art. She is good at the computer. She is really organized. By Madeline Knauer My teacher will care for everyone. She has patience with people. She has a good personality. She has a lot of meetings. She is never late. She works on a computer. She helps us when we need help. She signs papers. She gives us papers. That ‘s why she should run for president. By Brynne Margolis I think my teacher would be a great president. She would be a great president because she is very smart. She can stop fights between people. She cares about the earth. She can make a difference in the world. She likes to go to different places. She likes to read a lot. She can join people together. She would be the first girl president. By Oyuki Orosco My teacher is used to being followed. My teacher is nice to the students. My teacher could be the president of the USA. My teacher is the best teacher in the school. My teacher is good at everything. By Cole Rogers My teacher writes a lot My teacher is nice. My teacher is cool. My teacher goes on trips. My teacher like rules. My teacher signs paper. She likes science. She likes art. She has a good schedule. She likes people. By Chris Fedor I think my teacher would be a good president because: She organizes like the president. She uses a computer like the president. She works hard like the president. She likes to read like the president. She likes to write like the president. She likes rules like the president. She likes to be on time like the president. She likes pencils like the president. I think she would be a good president! By Cole Garda I think my teacher would be a good president because she helps solve problems. She is very organized, too. She is good at telling people how to do things. She is good at using the computer like the president. She has a to do list. She has lots of meetings. She gives people a lot to do. She is nice like the president. She is on time for everything. I think she would be a good president. By Noah Band My teacher would make a great president. She likes kids. She is really nice. She likes to help people. She does her part. My teacher signs a lot of things. She talks a lot. She helps us. She has a big family. She would do good things. By Annie Luse I want my teacher for president. My teacher is a good teacher because she helps us. I believe that my teacher would be a good president because she reads tons of books. And she signs all our papers. My teacher is patient with people. I believe that my teacher is good president because she likes to take trips. By Luisa Frankenburg My teacher is good at being nice to people. She is used to being followed around. She likes to talk. She likes solving problems. She likes people. She is very healthy. She cleans up after her self. She keeps the world clean. She likes to listen. She would be a great president. By Valery Garcia My teacher should be President. She gives us treasures. She does not give us homework sometimes. She is very nice. She lets us do projects with her. My teacher is very cool. She is very, very, very, nice. She takes us to field trips. She likes dogs. By Laurel Hess My teacher solves problems. My teacher makes important announcements. My teacher organizes. My teacher signs papers. My teacher has a schedule.
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