Teacher profile: Jenny Lenz

Posted by Rebecca Moore - 23 February, 2012

By Jackson G. '16

In my nine years of being at Randolph, my favorite teacher has been Ms. Lenz.

Ms. Lenz was my 5th grade homeroom teacher and she taught me between right and wrong along with history and language arts. She is also the director of all the 5th/6th and 7th/8th grade plays. I was in Ms. Lenz’s play when I was in 6th grade. It was one of my most favorite experiences in the 6th grade.

Ms. Lenz has been at Randolph for a very long time, and hopefully will be for a lot longer. She has helped me with so many problems, whether they had to do with school, her plays, or anything that was bothering me at the time. She had the will to help me with anything no matter what.

The classes that she taught were the most fun I have ever had, but I still learned information that I will remember for the rest of my life. She used the most creative ways to teach subjects that would be boring if any other teacher were to teach them. She would set up stations while we were studying WWI. She was the best teacher I have ever had and I have kept a great relationship with her ever since.

This profile is one in a series written by the 8th graders in Nichole Liese’s journalism elective, the class that produces the Middle School paper, The Raid. Students profiled a teacher who has had an impact on them in and/or out of the classroom.

Topics: 5th grade, 6th grade, 8th grade, Academics, Arts, history, Middle School, My favorite place, teachers


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