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A Celebration of Ms. Frank

November 11, 2020

As soon as Ms. Jen Frank joined the Berkeley community to teach Latin 13 years ago, she quickly became beloved by all. For her co-workers, she could always be counted on for a good laugh or as a motivator....

Katie Fletcher ’21

Emma Reilly, Section Editor November 11, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?   A: So, the first one is kind, like the kindest and most purely good person I've ever met. And also, she was hilarious....

Andre Partykevich Interview

Emma Reilly, Section Editor November 11, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?   A: I would say, and these aren’t necessarily in any order, but she had a deep concern for her students and not...

Samir Saeed ’21

Catherine Amburgey, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank? A: Mentor, friend, kind and funny. Ms. Frank was always there for us. She was one of the kindest people that I know; if...

Mrs. McDaniels

Catherine Amburgey, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What were your first impressions of Ms. Frank?    A: I actually had a really great first impression, and she's one of the main reasons I chose to come to Berkeley. She was very honest and...

Jared Watson ’21

Rachel Mintz, Section Editor November 9, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?   A: She's the easiest person to talk to. She is probably one of the most understanding humans I've ever interacted...

Charlotte Graham

Catherine Amburgey, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What was your first impression of Ms. Frank?    A: I started Latin in fifth grade but I didn't come to Berkeley until ninth grade. Ms. Frank was my Latin teacher in ninth grade, tenth grade...

Nadia Sadanandan ’20

Catherine Amburgey, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What was your first impression of Ms. Frank?   A: I first met her during Latin in my freshman year. I had Mr. D (Phil Dillinger) through Middle School and was pretty nervous for high school and...

Emily Dolgin

Samir Saeed , Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?    A: Patient, nurturing, brilliant, hilarious, our “School Mom”   Q: What is your favorite memory...

Weston Poe ’22

Rachel Mintz, Section Editor November 9, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?   A: She’s very straightforward. Direct. She was very sincere… and she cared a lot about all her students [...]...

Rachel Weinbren

Samir Saeed, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What are the first words that come to mind when you think of Ms. Frank?   A: I think of two words: caring and patient. Ms. Frank had a heart of gold. She cared for every one of her students...

Nick Hajjar ’20

Catherine Amburgey, Co-Editor in Chief November 9, 2020

Q: What were your first impressions of Ms. Frank?    A: The first time I ever met Ms. Frank, I didn’t know who she was. I was in fifth grade at St. John's Episcopal School during the Regional...

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