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Exit Interview: Ms. Luebbe

It is the end of the school year which means that we will soon have to say goodbye to a few of our favorite teachers. This year, 5 middle school teachers are leaving or moving out of the middle school. Over the final weeks of school, The Direct Message will post an ‘Exit Interview’ that we conducted with each of these educators.

Check out all the Exit Interviews by clicking here: Exit Interviews


How many years you have been at AES and what were those years:

Three years- 2020-2023

What will you miss most about AES?

“This is a tough question. I will miss the people, my lunches with my colleagues in the canteen, the flowers, the birds, the ice machine, the health office and its great staff, and the tuna panini with cheese, to name a few”.

What is the best part about being a teacher at AES?

“Middle school students are hilarious and so fun to be around every day. They are my favorite of part of working here”.

What are your plans for next year and what are your thoughts about this next step?

“I am returning to the Shanghai Community School where I worked before coming to Delhi. I will join my husband there who also works at the school. I will be the Elementary counselor.”

How do you hope your students and colleagues will remember you?

“I hope that my students and colleagues remember me as someone who liked to laugh, have fun, and make every day count at AES. I hope they remember that I was grateful to be their teacher and friend”.

What message would you like to leave for the community at AES?

“First of all, the Middle School at AES is full of great teachers and students. I am sad to have just met some of you and am already having to say goodbye. The pandemic was a tragic event for our world, but it is the reason that I got to leave Shanghai and work here at AES. Mei Lee and I had no idea how much joy was in store for us when we got the opportunity to come here. I want to say thank you to all the faculty and staff who made us feel welcome and to those faculty members who taught and coached my daughter, Mei Lee (class of 2022). We will never forget you. To students, be kind to one another and know that Middle School is only a blip in time and a scant moment in your life. Make good memories and avoid bad decisions. You will thank yourself one day”.

and here a few words from Ms. Luebbe's students

Ihsan 7 grade:

What will you remember about this teacher?

“something I will always remember about MS. Luebbe is how she was always there for me.”

What is a funny or memorable story you have about this teacher?

“ I remember last year I was fasting for ramadan and she called me over and offered me a taki and forgetting that I was fasting I ate it but then I spit it out and it was all good.”

What makes this teacher unique?

something that makes MS. Luebbe unique is her sense of approach in learning she's really hands on which I appreciate and she really helps you visualize everything.”

Beeri 7 grade:

What will you remember about this teacher?

“I will remember how fun but still taught us and how she put her students and family before anything.”

What is a funny or memorable story you have about this teacher?

“I remember that she brought cake to school for us to eat in advisory and I at a couple of pieces and she told me to eat more and she wanted to see a clean plate so I started eating it and actually clean the plate and it was very funny.”

What makes this teacher unique?

“MS. Luebbe is unique because of how she cares for people and she always stands out because she is so funny and fun to talk with. I am really going to miss MS. Luebbe and I hope she has fun in her next school.”

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