Teacher Says

WBHS Teachers’ Advice to Seniors

Teacher Says

Last words from some of your favorite teachers

“Follow your heart, follow your dreams, and always aspire to be the best you can be.”- Mrs. Lashbrook

“Be forgiving on yourself and others, life is too short to be upset.”- Mr. Woodberg

“Don’t party too hard.”- Ms. Cruse

“When an archer misses the mark, he turns and looks for fault within himself. Failure to hit the bull’s eye is never the fault of the target; to improve your arm, improve yourself.”- Mr. Sturgill

“Everything you needed to learn in life, you first learned in kindergarten. Who you marry makes a difference. Think of me when these occasions occur. Many blessings.”- Ms. Messina

“Honesty is the best policy. Just do your work, study hard, and don’t worry about what others do.”- Ms. Evola

“Don’t steal, don’t lift, twenty years of schoolin’ and they put you on the day shift. Look out, kid, they keep it all hid. -Bob Dylan”- Mr. Toy

“Learn everywhere–in class, out of class, from failure, from risk, and from joy.  Take good and gentle care of yourself, and each other.” – Ms. B’sheart