Really fantastic teacher, always willing to help. Very lenient and understanding too.
He's fun and he teaches really well. he never missed a thing and he helps us alot. i am better in scince and remebering things cos of his teaching abilities. thx Mr.Menezes
mr menezes was pretty cool. had some good memories in the science lab. BUT YOU DIDNT TAKE US TO SCITECH
i love mr. menezes! a good teacher, and rather amusing 8) plays along with your games.
Naw Mr Menezes! My favourite science taeacher ive ever had, he taught me the most and even though i couldnt understand/read half of it, hes the cutest thing
he's actually one of the smartest teachers in the science department. he knows the yr11/12 material really well and he's willing to teach anyone anything. LOVE U MR MENEZES
omg i actually have to listen in his class on ly cause i cant understand him.And his writing, now thats a whole new story!
i think he is awesome! yes he does have his favourites though! water is vater
True He did say we could go to SciTech but we never did...... anyway he is a nice guy and a pretty good teacher and him saying "plz guys, plz" in his voice always cracks me up. Had very bad writing tho and sometimes hard to understand what he said
i guess he's alright. he picks on indians and some asians. he has his favourites. he doesn't seem to know to much about ecology.
i heard he wus kinda leniant to indians but um from these comments he seems super nice....lol impersonations on camp were awesum
Contrary to popular belief, there is more to Stanislaus Menezes' persona than meets the eye. This man does not hesitate to review items that he has overlooked, and although he can be vague, is quick to clarify when requested to. His flaw is his chronic impulsive mis-pronounciation of a name and, although it is not his fault, the difficult accent. This man has NO authority problems, does not have an ego the size of Jupiter, and allows his students to contradict him. Stanislaus, thank you for your assistance.
Didn't keep his promise.....we still want to go to Scitech!