Aubrie Johnson, Bingham High School

Feb 21, 2023, 10:39 AM | Updated: Feb 6, 2024, 12:15 pm

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“Mrs Johnson is such an incredible teacher and individual in my life. This semester I’m in my fourth class with Mrs Johnson. She goes above and beyond and cares about every student. Every teacher I’ve had is just teaching from the text book but Johnson cares about what she’s teaching and you can tell. It makes a huge difference in my learning. I took her public speaking class as a very shy person but learned how to speak in front of people from Mrs Johnson and now am very comfortable speaking in front of my peers. She teaches because she cars and you can tell. She is the best teacher I have ever had.”

-Spencer Johansen

“She is SO FUNNY and makes learning about literally anything enjoyable. She makes connections with her students and is one of my best friends!”

-Alli Hawes

“Mrs. Johnson is such an incredible teacher. She genuinely cares about each and every one of her students and connects with all of them on a personal level. She teaches the material well and makes it fun and interesting.”

-Paige Nelson

“Mrs. Johnson has genuinely changed my life. Not only is she my favorite teacher but she is a friend. She is always there to listen to my problems and gives me some of the best advice i’ve ever heard. I was applying for an ambassador scholarship at Utah State and she was more than willing to write me a recommendation and was there to encourage me every step of the way in the process. When I was awarded the scholarship she gave me a big hug and it made me so happy. I eat lunch in her room with my friends every other day. We have the best conversations and she is the funniest person i’ve ever met. Mrs. Johnson is so caring, loving, passionate and she pushes you to be the best you can be. Mrs. Johnson deserves the world but that isn’t possible so she deserves these tickets.”

-Lily Couch

“Ms johnson is the best teacher I have ever had. She is welcoming, friendly and warm and makes her classroom a safe and fun space. She also is an incredible teacher. I’m in her public speaking class and I have learned so much and she is easy to understand and keeps you interested. She is an incredible teacher.”

-Maddie Horsley

“She brings a lot of energy and fun into class every day”

-Tyler Newbold

“She is always making everyone laugh while being the most personable teacher and caring for all of her students. I am so grateful for the speaking skills she has taught me this year.”

-Cierra Perschon

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Aubrie Johnson, Bingham High School