Okay, we all know that once we have completed our education and graduated, we have the privelege of calling our teachers by their first name instead of Mr., Mrs., Ms., etc. Should this be allowed? This is one subject I always have been iffy about, because I'm all about respect. If a teacher allows us to call him/her by her first name, then I'm sure that's an exception. However, I've always felt it a little more respectful to keep calling them Mr., Mrs. or Ms even after someone has completed their education. In fact, being out of high school for about three years, I still call teacher's by their proper title. When my LD teacher moved here around 2002, since she was new she allowed us to call her by her first name for a while, but once she settled in and got used to the routine, we had to call her "Mrs." and her last name. Really, I just feel it's more respectful to use the terms Mr., Mrs. or Ms. even when you are no longer in school. It's all a matter of showing these people respect even though you're no longer a student. What are your views on this?