Let Mrs. Lindauer Teach Virtually!!

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Linda Powell
Feb 26, 2021
Anyone can become a teacher, but only a phenomenal teacher can teach anywhere! It’s only 2 months and 1 online class for those students that are coming back into the building.

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Elise C
Feb 25, 2021
Mrs. Lindauer is definitely the best math teacher TMSA has ever had and to overlook the impact she has on her students would be a colossal mistake. She is absolutely phenomenal- and is one of if not the most valuable assets to TMSA. Don’t get rid of someone so emotionally important and academically important to the students.

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Robert Lenfestey
Feb 25, 2021
Mrs. Lindauer is an exceptional teacher and a tremendous asset to TMSA. It would be devastating to her students' academic progress to force her choose between putting her family at risk by returning to school in person or not teaching at all. She should be allowed to teach. remotely.

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Ankith Tatineni
Feb 25, 2021
She's a great teacher who pushes her students to work hard and intelligently.

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Ethan Zenick
Feb 25, 2021
Ms. Lindauer is the best math teacher I’ve ever had!

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Christian Glick
Feb 25, 2021
can’t take the students favorite teacher

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Luke Condrey
Feb 25, 2021
I don't have Mrs. Lindauer as my teacher personally but I have a friend who cares a lot about her so I'll do my part.

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Benjamin Driggers
Feb 25, 2021
I’m signing because I think the new policy is unfair. If it is jeopardizing her safety and the safety of her loved ones, the school needs to acknowledge that.

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Andrea Javier
Feb 25, 2021
While I do not personally know this teacher, I find it preposterous that any educator would be let go for refusing to do in-person teaching during a national pandemic. Covid-19 is still everywhere, albeit the infection rate is very gradually slowing down. We need to be compassionate and understanding of all teachers' situations during this time. As long as she is willing to teach, let her teach from home. She won't be home forever, and great teachers are hard to find.

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Alicia Mathew
Feb 25, 2021
I think the requirement by the state is cruel