May 16, 2019
Ms. Grob is our sixth through eighth grade Art teacher at Eileen Johnson Middle School. Her favorite thing about coming to school is seeing her students and other teachers. She loves the community at our school, especially Mrs. Koss, her best friend! Ms. Grob has been an Art teacher for 2 years after graduating from MSUB. Graduating from college is one of Ms. Grobs biggest accomplishments. She majored in Art Education. Outside of school she likes going for walks, watching Netflix, traveling, and going to movies. Going to movies is Ms. Grobs favorite thing to do, and she loves Harry Potter. Ms. Grob is on the A-list at the movie theaters, which lets her watch three movies every week, which she does, of course! Along with movies, Chris Evans, from Captain America: The First Avenger, is Ms. Grobs celebrity crush. She also likes TV shows, and her favorite TV series on Netflix is The Great British Baking Show. Ms. Grob wants to travel to as many places in the world as possible, as soon as she can!
Thank you, no matter how many times I said I hated you, you never gave up on me. You pushed me to be who I am today, and for that, I am so grateful. I’ve been through a lot of late nights and early mornings to get where I am today. Middle school taught me so much, not just about math or science or language, but things like my morals and who I want to become. Lockwood has helped me mature and grow. Middle school compared to our whole lives, is a tiny amount of time, but it is so important. We learn so much in middle school, it is truly a one of a kind experience.
Thank you for showing me my rights and wrongs, maturing me, and letting me learn from my mistakes. It was a rough three years, but I made it through. All of the school field trips and cheering on others at sporting events will be burned in my memory. I am off to Skyview High School but I will always remember Lockwood and everything I learned.
Thank you! Thank you for the best/worst three years of my life. When I first showed up at your doorstep on that first day of sixth grade I was scared to death! I learned though that I wasn’t the only one afraid to be there. Many of my peers also seemed extremely nervous as well. The thing is though, that as the years went by each first day of middle school seemed easier and easier to get through. The sad part was that when I stepped in front of those middle school doors for my last first day at middle school, I began to feel sad. It was crazy to me to think that this chapter of my life was almost closed. I made so many good memories here and also learned so many great lessons that I can now take on to the rest of my life. Some lessons you taught me were to always try my best, to be myself, to get involved, that not everyone will like me for me, but the only thing that matters in the end is, if I stay true to myself. Middle School you taught me to be brave, even when the world seems to be crumbling at my feet, and you pushed me closer to God than I ever had before. So for all those things, I wanted to say thank you. You will definitely be missed, and I hope that you can teach so many more kids the lessons you’ve taught me. Once again, thank you Middle School!