Okay, I’m going to choose random faculty member from Miss Understood… Miss Helen, the first grade math teacher.
So, basically, this story’s about a spoiled rich girl in her mid-twenties who only cares about spending money and hanging out with her friends. Her parents send her to some small town in Illinois to live with her aunt and uncle, who make her get a job. She gets a job here at this private school, Pine Hills Elementary, and after obtaining her teaching license, they don’t make her an assistant nor a student teacher. No, that brat immediately becomes a third-grade homeroom teacher. The only reason they gave her that job right off the bat is because the previous teacher couldn’t stand those third-grade monsters and left after three weeks. No joke! I didn’t like Miss Blair anyway, so I was glad to see her go, because she refused to obey our great principal and savior, Sharon Hollister. Well, this Emmy chick now has to deal with kids that are ten times brattier than she ever was, but she actually stays because her cousin, one of the few decent kids in that group, is in her class. Awww, how sweeet. (NOT)