There are definitely some outstanding teachers at this school. These teachers are the ones who put in hours and hours of work and are constantly molding their curricula, not only to challenge students but to help them in areas where they struggle. These teachers have the no-student-left-behind rule, where the student does not feel ashamed to raise his/her hand in class or talk with teacher after class if confused or requires clarity. These teachers act as educators, mentors and guides in and out of the classroom. Often, these teachers are highly educated and can very well tell when a student needs help. These types of teachers typically update student grading portals to notify students of their current grades. The lively teachers at Righetti are distinguishable from the ones who don't care whether the students benefit or fail during their time there.
In my opinion, there are many teachers at Righetti who clock-in to get a salary and then leave. These teachers don't care about the students academic or personal well-being and often misuse class time to talk about unrelated topics. Other than being mentally absent, some teachers don't seem to know a structured way to help a student learn something or even how to begin going over a topic. There are also teachers who intertwine too much of their personal life in the classroom, distracting away from the learning environment a school is supposed to provide. Not all, but some teachers are very inconsistent in grading and keeping students up-to-date on their academic status.
Of course, I am biased, just as every other student, for I have had a mix of both types of teachers in my career at Righetti High School and I understand the situations teachers are going through both on campus and off campus.