"Educating a young person is not difficult to accomplish or to understand if a teacher approaches the process with understanding, love and compassion. Educating a child is never complete; it must be viewed as a 'work in progress.' During this process, children must be showered with love and compassion. At the same time one must evoke in students the following three principles: a desire to learn, a desire to perform to the best of their ability and a desire for respect in not only themselves, but also for others.
Outstanding Young Speech Teacher
Double Diamond Coach's Award
Distinguished Educator Award
Consecutive State Championships in Speech
National Forensics League Leading Chapter Award
Creative Apple Award
National Adjudication by International Thespian Society
"The success of his students under his tutelage is obvious. He not only teaches a craft--he teaches, by his high standards and expectations, leadership, responsibility, and self-awareness . . . The highest compliment I can give Bob is to hope that my grandchildren have such a teacher as Bob when they reach high school."
Cathy AuBuchon, English teacher, Pittsburg High School
"He has a very enthusiastic approach and cannot help but impact the students whose lives he touches everyday. He demands excellence from his students and to succeed in his class you must strive to achieve this excellence . . . Because, above all else, Mr. Rindel is a teacher that loves to teach and loves to touch the lives of our youth in a positive manner."
David and Maureen Huerter, parents of current and former students
"The most valuable lesson that Mr. Tindel taught me was to see the talent in all people, and that a peer group does not define an individual. Today I look hard to see past an initial impression, because everyone has hidden talents, goals, and dreams. As a result of working with people instead of stereotyping them, I have discovered the ability to harness the energy of the people around me for the purpose of accomplishing a greater goal. That is a lesson learned that can only be learned from a Master Teacher."
Timothy C. Pistole, former student