I am writing this letter to express to you my truly and most humble apologies for what happened on April 5th. I also am going to explain to you how it was wrong and what i will do in the future to meet you expectations of your classroom.
First off, I want to say thank you to my parents for supporting me. Mom, Dad, thank you for being there with me during difficult times. You support and understand me, this gives me the strength to continue fight through the challenges in life. Without you being here today and by my side, I would have given up. Next, I want to thank the administration. You have all contributed to making this school run smoothly but also have allowed us to have a good time. I, as many others, have enjoyed the monthly walks and fundraising activities, the cultural fashion show and the fun and exciting cultural festival with the live steel bad and African drummers. These are some experiences that some students have never been exposed to. Therefore, thank you for bringing new and exciting initiatives to PS/MS124. Mrs. Babb, you are a very loving and an easy person to talk to. You have made so many positive changes to PS124, one of which is allowing us middle schoolers to have student council. I would also like to thank my teachers, for sharing their knowledge. You have taken the time to explain assignments, make class interesting, challenge us beyond our knowledge, and inspire not just me, but all of us. I want to Mr. Heaton for granting me the position of secretary for National Junior Honor Society last year. This was a great opportunity and that allowed me to play a key role in the National Junior Honor
Overall, I am a devoted and well-rounded student, making me a perfect candidate for National Honor Society. Not only do I posses the four tenets, character, scholarship, leadership and service, but I am also constantly working harder and striving to be better in all four regions. National Honor Society will help me reach my goal in becoming a better student and person. In addition, being a member of National Honor Society will allow me to be an example for other students, just like the members had been for me. In conclusion, I should be a member of National Honor Society because I demonstrate excellence in all four tenets of National Honor Society.
I wanted to take a few minutes of your time to ask you to help me shine a light during a time where there is so much darkness in our country. With so much anger, resentment and despair consuming people’s thoughts, we seem to have forgotten the positive things taking place all around us, like the miracles that take place at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Let’s shine a bright light together by helping the amazing kids at St. Jude.
Lastly, this letter is an opportunity to tell your teacher a little bit about yourself: your background, interests, extracurriculars, reading and writing style, concerns about the course.
I am Madelyn Snodgrass, a new student to Mechanicsburg Middle School. I am writing this letter to inform you of my being at your new high school next year. I find myself (related to school studies) as a hardworking and independent person. School work is my main priority. I have many older relatives in this area that have passed through your high school that are willing to help guide me with any questions I have.
Hello, my name is Danny Barocio and I am emailing you about the AVID Tutor Interview at Sierra Vista Junior High. Sorry I did not answer my phone right away, I was at school. I did receive your message over the phone. I will be able to attend the interview next Tuesday, September 27th at 3 p.m. Thank you for notifying me. Please let me know if there is any information I need to know. Thank you so much.
I really enjoyed your class. I've learned a lot from you and feel like you've gotten to know me well. English is definitely my favorite subject, and I am proud of my grade that I received in your class last semester. As you may recall, I decided to self-study both AP Literature and AP English Language this year. When I told people that I wanted to take these exams as a junior, they all thought I was joking due to the fact that AP Literature is one of the toughest courses to self-study. Surprisingly, I found the inspiration to take these exams from the assignments and works of literature that we went through in your class. Without all the activities we did in class, I certainly would not feel as confident with my performance as I am now. On the actual test, I wrote my AP Lit
I hopeful this letter finds you glowing and not extremely tired as you drive the highways and byways throughout this paradise called America. Realizing your employment enhances the quality of the family causes me to spark at the idea of your name. Time and time again, I remind myself how fortunate I am as you surround me with your love and affection. Deceitfulness could creep in, should I deny that I look forward to the conclusion of your project and your safe return home. The children and I miss you.
I just wanted to email you because I realized I seriously miss some of my teachers and you are for sure one! I was just telling my friends how you are still be one of my favorite teachers up to date, and I realized I haven't been in touch with you at all, which is so sad!! Not to mention I found my old red vans (I remeber you had a matching pair) from either grade in my closet and I just thought it was a sign that I needed to say Hi! and Thank you! for just being a great teacher and making me enjoy English as much as I do! Ever since eight grade I been a total book worm which just sounds so funny.
Kaitlin, I’m elated to see that we have this class together! I have a fascination with poetry, too! I’d rather just write it than to perform or read it, though, I absolutely LOVE watching it be performed. You are so talented! I’ve had the pleasure of reading some of your work and seeing you perform it on stage; it is just amazing! It was interesting reading about you. I never knew you worked at Taco Bueno! I’ve known you for such a long time, yet I feel as though I have learned more from that excerpt. I, too, plan to go to the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma after high school! Hopefully we will come across one
I hope you had a wonderful summer, I do miss being your class because I got to learn a lot from you. Now the school year just began and I would love to be able to learn more so, right now I am applying for a position at the TIPS center and I would love to have a letter recommendation from you. If that's possible please let me know.
I am writing this letter to express my sincere apology for what occurred in your class on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. My decisions were extremely poor and resulted in a unnecessary waste of time for you and I as well as the rest of the class. I may have not felt this way at first, but after having some time to think I now realize how disrespectful, rude, and pointless my actions were as well as how lucky I actually am to get off fairly easy.
I want to thank you for the time, dedication and passion that you showed as an educator. I forever am blessed to have had you as a wonderful teacher that taught our class in Spanish and English. It is wonderful mentors, teachers, friends and people as yourself that I learned to better embrace my cultures and heritage. I am thankful for all you have taught me academically. I can recall sitting in the classroom always looking forward to the next fascinating lesson; whether it was history of Latin America, science or mathematics. I and my classmates of Locke School have had the privilege of being imparted with a great amount of knowledge and wisdom and of participating in bilingual education.