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Mrs. Anne Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Despite her delivery of engaging lectures, Mrs. Muoio is the most hypocritical teacher I have witnessed. To illustrate, immediately after a discussion on Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 and the psychological dangers of social media usage, she gave our class free time, saying "You can go check TikTok and Instagram." Dumbfounded, I respectfully brought up the irony of her statements, and she replied, "I know, right?"—then proceeded to check her own social media feed. She also complained about our class frequently, criticizing us for not giving enough insightful answers, calling us "so annoying," and saying that she wished she could miss work. Although, when the librarian joined our lesson, she had an incredibly over-the-top happy attitude and gave the illusion she was proud of us. To further her façade, she complimented students constantly, calling them "really smart." In addition, in one lesson, Mrs Muoio discussed Othello, analyzing how Venetian society rejects him as "other" and how Shakespeare illustrates that we must overcome our own implicit biases and fears. Then, a bug entered the room, and Mrs. Muoio frantically ran across the room screaming because she thought it might be a bee. She did not have an allergy to a bee sting; she was merely blinded by the fear that this might be a bee. (It was a cricket, but she was so distraught that she refused to even look at it.) The student teacher had to calm her down and get her back on task. At least the scene proved her point—even if ironically. However, one hypocrisy seriously damaged our grades. In every lecture about writing, Mrs. Muoio constantly underscored the importance of clear, in-depth analysis and specific citations in our work to support one's thesis. Unfortunately, she never held herself to that standard. We never had any rubric, any clear set of expectations on an essay, and she deducted points arbitrarily, never able to justify her grading. One time, a girl I knew lost points for not fulfilling an MLA 8th edition citation convention Mrs. Muoio had not mentioned once. She respectfully approached her about this after class, and Mrs. Muoio understood why she made the mistake, literally calling the convention "archaic"—but decided to take off credit anyway. In retrospect, it was so difficult to build confidence and improve my writing when my teacher was manipulative and sent such contradictory messages. Due to her facetious nature, seeking her true respect was a relentless journey, even impossible. Based on her oscillating behavior, she may have deep mental issues, and if that is the case, I hope she leaves the classroom temporarily to recover. After that, her positive qualities can shine.

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Mrs. Anne Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School: 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 2 out of 5.

Although she is a kind, helpful teacher, she needs to outline her guidelines for assignments and assessments more clearly. Sometimes, she gets too frustrated with our class (even though it was her fault for not being clear about her expectations).

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Mrs. Anne Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School: 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

I am so grateful to escape her hellish class! Her misanthropic decision to teach only pessimistic literature made her students' lives exceedingly difficult—as if a pandemic was not enough to get through. In addition, her insensitive, sometimes vulgar language and pretentious demeanor made the class unapproachable and stifled student participation. For instance, she randomly exclaimed, "I no longer enjoy coming to my job" and called the entire class "annoying" for needing extra time to answer a single question. She loved to flaunt that she went to a prestigious college, though she thought it was fine to call her fellow students "a**holes" in front of the whole class! Moreover, she offered no clear guidelines for assignments, no rubric, no metric, nothing to help you revise and edit your work. Though one of the worst parts of her teaching was her grading. She deducted points whenever "she felt it was necessary," even though they were impossible to justify because she gave no rubric. The level of mistake and amount she took off for varied widely from assignment to assignment (no, not gradually stricter grading throughout the year to help students grow). Well, Mrs. "I die" (literally what her name means in Italian), I look forward to a year with a kinder, less narcissistic teacher, and I cannot wait for every student you were unfair to to shove their successes (that they accomplished in spite of you) right in your face full of clownish make-up.

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Mrs. Anne H. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School: 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio refuses to have clear expectations on assignments; she never offers a checklist, rubric, or any guidelines whatsoever. Moreover, she deducts points whenever she "feels it is necessary" and offers no metric to justify herself. Furthermore, if you ever question her methods (even respectfully), you are in trouble! She disregards any feedback and acts passive-aggressively, making her class incredibly difficult.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Now that she is no longer a part of my life, I am content again. For everyone else's good, I hope that she quits teaching high school permanently.

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Mrs. Anne Durant Muoio, Mendon High School: 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio's empathy is feigned; she abuses authority rather than supporting student needs. According to her, she should grade "however she feels is necessary" despite offering no clear expectations or rubric. Rather than encouraging students to truly reflect upon our strengths and weaknesses and set goals as a writer, she wants to undermine our self-esteem to inflate her ego.

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Anne H. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School: 472 Mendon Road, Pittsford, NY 14534


Rating: 3 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio's lectures are insightful; she offers nuanced analyses of whatever we are studying and challenges us to think on a deeper level. As a class, we have some enjoyable, thought-provoking discussions! Nevertheless, her unclear assignment expectations and pretentious, unapproachable demeanor make it difficult for students to gauge their writing skills accurately.

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School (Pittsford, NY 14534)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School (Pittsford, NY 14534)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio is an outstanding teacher—and above all—an outstanding human. She always gives thought-provoking discussion questions for books which allow students to apply literature to their lives. I also love the unique, authentic perspective of literature she shares during lectures. Moreover, she ensures that every student's voice is heard, often requiring everyone to speak at least once during each discussion.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio is the most patient, supportive teacher with whom I have worked. When you ask for help with an essay, you will get it!

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio has an incredible passion for her subject, gives excellent lectures, and challenges us with thought-provoking prompts to help us deeply analyze literature--and apply it to our lives. She is genuine, always sharing her honest interpretations of literature, but she does not force her opinions upon us. Moreover, she guides many student-run extracurriculars (e.g. Newspaper Club, TEDX at MHS, Black Student Union) to amplify our voices in school. The only challenge in this class is the lack of a rubric or consistent metric to assess our work. It is sometimes difficult to understand why Mrs. Muoio deducts a certain number of points, making it difficult to correlate our grades to our understanding of English. Despite this problem, Mrs. Muoio still remains an outstanding teacher--and person--certainly deserving of five stars! :)

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School (Pittsford, NY 14534)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School (Pittsford, NY 14534)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Mrs. Anne Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

She makes you feel that life is meaningless.

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Mrs. Anne Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Despite her delivery of engaging lectures, Mrs. Muoio is the most hypocritical teacher I have witnessed. To illustrate, immediately after a discussion on Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 and the psychological dangers of social media usage, she gave our class free time, saying "You can go check TikTok and Instagram." Dumbfounded, I respectfully brought up the irony of her statements, and she replied, "I know, right?"—then proceeded to check her own social media feed. She also complained about our class frequently, criticizing us for not giving enough insightful answers, calling us "so annoying," and saying that she wished she could miss work. Although, when the librarian joined our lesson, she had an incredibly over-the-top happy attitude and gave the illusion she was proud of us. To further her façade, she complimented students constantly, calling them "really smart." In addition, in one lesson, Mrs Muoio discussed Othello, analyzing how Venetian society rejects him as "other" and how Shakespeare illustrates that we must overcome our own implicit biases and fears. Then, a bug entered the room, and Mrs. Muoio frantically ran across the room screaming because she thought it might be a bee. She did not have an allergy to a bee sting; she was merely blinded by the fear that this might be a bee. (It was a cricket, but she was so distraught that she refused to even look at it.) The student teacher had to calm her down and get her back on task. At least the scene proved her point—even if ironically. However, one hypocrisy seriously damaged our grades. In every lecture about writing, Mrs. Muoio constantly underscored the importance of clear, in-depth analysis and specific citations to support one's thesis. Unfortunately, she never held herself to that standard. We never had any rubric, any clear set of expectations on an essay, and she deducted points arbitrarily, never able to justify her grading. One time, a girl I knew lost points for not fulfilling an MLA 8th edition citation convention Mrs. Muoio had not mentioned once. She respectfully approached her about this after class, and Mrs. Muoio understood why she made the mistake, literally calling the convention "archaic"—but decided to take off credit anyway. In retrospect, it was so difficult to build confidence and improve my writing when my teacher was manipulative and sent such contradictory messages. Due to her facetious nature, seeking her true respect was a relentless journey, even impossible. Based on her oscillating behavior, she may have deep mental issues, and if that is the case, I hope she leaves the classroom temporarily to recover. After that, her positive qualities can shine.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio is an insightful teacher who offers in-depth analyses of whatever literature she teaches. Although, this is undermined by her grading methodology. She offers no rubric, no clear set of expectations, no justification as to why she grades the way she does—even if you ask her for it. Moreover, she deducts points arbitrarily, seemingly whenever she pleases. For instance, I earned a perfect score on a paper with an obvious citation error but lost many points for an MLA 8th edition citation convention she never mentioned in class once. (When I politely approached her about it after class, she described the convention as "archaic"—but proceeded to take off credit.) Unfortunately, I am far from the only one to have experienced this. My friend, whose best subject is English, earned her lowest grade in English sophomore year because of this teacher's "scary grading." All her former students seem to share this story. She also loved to boast that she attended a prestigious university. With her obscure, random grading and I-can-do-whatever-I-feel-like-because-I have-the-Master's-Degree attitude, she erodes her students' confidence in their writing abilities, making them feel dim-witted, voiceless, and powerless. That is highly ironic and disappointing coming from the advisor of our school newspaper.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

The only thing more appalling than her handwriting is her singing voice.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 1 out of 5.

Her behavior is unbelievably inappropriate; she wrote “Ew” on a student’s paper merely because they used the word “shows.” (Their paper was perfect otherwise.) Despite her lack of clear expectations, she deducts points for random “errors,” often stylistic features she personally dislikes. She even took off credit from a paper for an obscure MLA 8th edition citation convention she had never covered in class. Truly, Mrs. Muoio contributes nothing meaningful to her students—other than a paralyzing fear and hatred of writing.

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School (Pittsford, NY 14534)


Rating: 2 out of 5.

We don't talk about Muoio, no, no, no...

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Mrs. Muoio, 472 Mendon Rd, Pittsford, NY 14534 (Pittsford Mendon High School)


Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mrs. Muoio has an incredible passion for her subject, gives excellent lectures, and challenges us with thought-provoking prompts to help us deeply analyze literature--and apply it to our lives. She is genuine, always sharing her honest interpretations of writing (and sometimes, her political ideology) but does not force her opinions upon us. Moreover, she guides many student-run extracurriculars (e.g. Newspaper Club, TEDX at MHS) to amplify our voices in school. The only challenge in this class is the lack of a rubric or consistent metric to assess our work. It is sometimes difficult to understand why Mrs. Muoio deducts a certain number of points, making it difficult to correlate our grades to our understanding of English. Despite this problem, Mrs. Muoio still remains an outstanding teacher--and person--certainly deserving of five stars! :)

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Mrs. Muoio, Pittsford Mendon High School, Pittsford, NY


Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Mrs. Anne Durant Muoio, Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road Pittsford, NY


Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Mrs. Anne H. Durant Muoio, Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road Pittsford, NY


Rating: 3 out of 5.

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Mrs. Anne H. Durant Muoio, Mendon High School, 472 Mendon Road Pittsford, NY


Rating: 2 out of 5.

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