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Every school year each student enters the building expecting one or two pretty decent teachers and then a few teachers that they dont exactly get a long with If youre lucky you get have the opportunity to work with a teacher that will have an impact on you for the rest of your life I was privileged enough to have a teacher that had such an influence on me but I didnt realize this from the beginning The first day of middle school wow I was scared of course many new faces different teachers a bigger school I found my way to my first class I only recognized one or two faces Then I noticed the teacher that I was going to have to see every morning for the next year He didnt look exactly intriguing Actually the first thing that crossed my mind when I saw him was Santa Claus As the rest of the class came in we all settled down and the Christmas legend look-alike introduced himself as Mr Harmon As the year progressed Mr Harmon and I came across some conflicts None of these disagreements were important in all reality but I do have the memory of going to my guidance counselor and having complaints on his part My mother Mr Harmon and myself ended up having a conference although I didnt believe that it had any effect Things between my teacher and myself had gotten to the point where it was pretty decent and stable Then one day as I was walking out the door Mr Harmon stopped me and handed me a piece of paper With only the words fill it out he turned and walked away I turned my head and lowered my eyes and began to read the words on sheet It turned out to be an application to run for school office I stood with confusion for half a minute and then continued on my way
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