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July 21, 2018

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January 20, 2018
Mrs. Molix was my math teacher in 7th and 8th grade at Bel Air Junior High. Today I was reminded of something she did for me and looked her up. I am saddened to discover she is gone but I am thrilled to have been her student. She suppoted me in a number of ways through my first year in college. I will always have a place in my heart dor Mrs. Molix.
December 8, 2017
Willie Mae Ambeau Molix, was my Mom. I am her second child and oldest daughter. Like her, I taught middle school mathematics. I learned to teach from my Mom because we sometimes visited her classroom as children. I thought everyone taught using the strategies that she did, I just followed her good example. Her methods of teaching, her dedication to work beyond so her students would understand concepts and retain the information and transfer it, all I learned from my Mom.

As a textbook author for McGraw-Hil and owner of my own education consulting company, which focuses on mathematics instruction, I have to honestly thank my Mom and my math-teaching, genius brother, Wendell Molix of El Paso.

Yesterday, I pick up some of her favorite math books, I am proud to own them so that I can learn more deeply and carry on her legacy. She was an awesome woman!

Thank you to the students who posted, your education meant everything to her.
October 15, 2017
Ms. Molix was one of my influential teachers. She inspired me to be confident. Math was fun and that was something that she made sure we would never forget since we were all her 'knuckleheads'❤. Rest in Peace Ms. Molix. Class of 96' El Paso TX. Ranchland Hills Middle School Crusader.Jackie Banales
October 14, 2017