Thank you Mrs. Werre

Caitlyn Croppi, News Editor

Her title is Counseling Secretary but Jeanette Werre is the mom to anyone at Liberty. A warm friendly smile greeting anyone who crosses her path, treats and warm hugs galore, a plentiful supply of kleenex, and readily prepped with advice; it’s hard not to feel at home around Werre. 

“How can I help you, love?” That’s the first thing out of Werre’s mouth whether she’s known the person for years or seconds, whether she’s at a football game or behind her desk in the counseling office. Werre is always there to help in any way she can and welcomes everyone with an open heart.

 In high school, it can feel like we are invisible and alone. We are all told this is supposed to be normal but that doesn’t make it any less hard. Having adults like Werre are so tremendously important at this stage in life. Someone who is consistent and not only willing listens but wants to listen. Someone who recognizes who we are as an individual and celebrates everything that we are. Someone who is just there to greet us with a smile that brightens the best and worst days. 

If you have not met her yet: go introduce yourself right now, trust me, your life will greatly improve. If you do know her: go thank her and wish her happy holidays and wonderful new years because she deserves it.