Dear Mrs. Hartman, Thank you for everything you do as our councelor. You are always available when a student needs help. Whether it be with figuring out a class schedule, help with college preparations, or if we just need someone to talk to on the rough days. So thank you for everything you do for us. Cadet Council
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This is Kaydence Mullin. Hi remember me? Haha okay well i'm writing this to say thank you in many different ways. Thank you for helping me with my math. Thank you for clearing all the rumors about me. Thank you for being an amazing teacher. Honestly in 2nd grade I thought i had the best teacher ever! Then i got you and proved myself wrong. I remember out of all our teachers you always made sure that my mom's comfortable with all my field trips because she's a little over protective haha. Well,thank you so much for being the greatest 5th grade teacher ever.
I just wanted to express my sincere gratitude for your efforts in helping me get to and from Kinkaid every day. Words cannot describe how appreciative I am to stay less than five minutes away from the Kinkaid. It's more than helpful as my first semester grades were terrible. It is the worst I've ever done in my entire schooling career. Thankfully I will not be participating in a 3 hour car ride every day :), tirelessly getting home at 8, and then proceeding to complete all of my homework, study for tests, organize presentations, do house chores, wash and prepare clothes for the next day, etc. There was just not enough time in the night. Anyway, thanks a
This is a letter in support of Sally Robertson, a very talented teacher with whom I have had the pleasure of working as her student and her colleague over the course of many years at Georgia Perimeter College.
I would also like to express gratitude for the teachers, leaders, and faculty as well. They have all been so caring and generous with their time and so I thank you for taking the time to read this,
I am writing this letter to tell you how much you are meant to me. From the moment that I saw you, you steal my heart. Oh, my dear Edna, you do not know how much I am dying here in Mexico. I missed you so much. You know, it is warm and hot here, but my heart only has light when I thought about you, my dear Edna. I missed your eyes, the sparkle of your smiles, and your soft touch.
I first want to apologize that due to some circumstances that relates to me, everyone has to take time from their day to be here. Today, I am not here to plea for any sympathy or to convince anyone that the current situation is not correct, but am here to share with you all my perspective in regards to the current situation.
cy: To all those who made my 12 years at Margaretville a success, thank you. It has been a long, difficult and adventurous journey but it is time to spread my wings and let go of the school that has made me who I am. I owe a lot of my success to my parents, thank you Mom and Dad for always pushing me to be my best and encouraging me to love and to be kind. To Kansas and Parker, good luck. To Harley, I can’t wait to begin living life and tearing the world up with you. Sten, thank you for being my shoulder to cry on, my person to laugh with and most of all for being you. James, thank you for always wanting the best for me, always supporting me and always encouraging me to step out of my comfort zone. Thank you for “pushing my buttons”. Kaylee,
You did excellent that year. You had some talking problems here and there. But for the most part you did wonderful. I want to let you know that I'm proud of you even through the difficulties. I love you know matter what. Your last day of school, you and your sibling s had a lot of fun. Y'all had a very big picnic. It was so sad to see y'all cry because it was your last day being able to step foot in there.
Many people have influenced me in an important way. One person is Mrs. McGough. She has influenced me in that she made me sure I wanted to be a teacher. I have always loved kids and school, and I wanted to make it fun for kids because so many of my friends don’t like school. I’ve wanted to be a teacher since I was little; she made me sure.
Thank you Michele for taking my phone call and taking the time to tell Jo-Jo about my interest in shadowing. Thank you Sam for taking the time to chat with me and allowing me to assist you in organizing some of the paperwork. And thank you Phyllis for always spreading your love and appreciation to all of my visits and for also being such a great help to all the physical therapists.
I wanted to thank you for giving me the opportunity to volunteer at the resource center as well as for all your guidance since this past summer. I hope that the Healthy Student Organization Project turns out great and if you ever need my assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
I actually just moved here from Country Club Hills, IL about 7 months ago and my birthday is March 15. My wife and kids came in February of this year.
My students gave me great pleasure last year, and the other teachers, office staff, and administration have been supportive and helpful. I wish you all the best.
She’s been with me through my darkest times, and I’ve watched her persevere through hers. I can’t imagine a world without her, and have the fullest confidence that soon, you and your students won’t be able to either. Even writing this letter has been a bit difficult for me, knowing that I’ll be attending university in Baltimore and she’ll be elsewhere--as much as I hate to have to share her, I know that she deserves the very best, and that you can give that to her. I’m sure she’ll be just as much of a blessing to your university as she has been to me. Nothing has ever, ever simply been given to her. Every single one of her many accomplishments she has earned, often in the face of tremendous adversity, and I don’t think that she’d rather have it any other way; she appreciates all that she has, knowing how hard she had to work for it, being grateful for every hardship because she knows that in it lies an opportunity for her to