Teacher Appreciations

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If you have a teacher who made a difference in your life, perhaps someone who helped you learn and love a subject, you can thank them here for all the world to see. If you know the teacher’s email address we will send him or her a note about your appreciation along with a link to your appreciation. We encourage you to search for your teacher to see if others have already expressed their gratitude. Then you can add your own sentiments.
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Payton Baumgartner appreciates Mr. Matthew Laubhan, a teacher at OASIS CHARTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Cape Coral, FL

Dear Mr. Laubhan, Thank you for being the most amazing teacher I've ever had and will ever have. I have learned how to walk up the stairs, so now I don't fall and hurt myself. I miss having your class because you made learning even the most boring lessons so much more fun. I have learned and grown to love all subjects in school. I still work on my fanfiction because it reminds me of sitting in the classroom, sitting next to Locke, arguing like your in-laws, as you used to say, writing my story

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Katelyn Nghi appreciates Ms. Adriana Follese, a teacher at OASIS CHARTER MIDDLE SCHOOL in Cape Coral , FL

Thanks for helping me become a more thoughtful and caring person. Ms.Follse, you have been so good to all of us this past year, and I am so grateful that I got you as my teacher this year. You have been able to help me with all of the problems I have brought to you. I can't thank you enough for always having patience and sympathy for our class. I hope you know that you are such an amazing teacher, and I couldn't have asked for a better 7th-grade year with you in it. :) -Katelyn Nghi

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DAVID C GREENE appreciates Miss Rita Stafford, a teacher at PS 66 BX in Bronx, NY

William Wordsworth wrote in his famous poem, The Rainbow, “The child is the father of the man.” We could just as easily say, “The student is the father of the teacher.” Just as human traits are established while young, so are teacher traits. All I ever needed to learn about who I am as a human and as a teacher, I learned, not in kindergarten, but in second grade.

Truth be told, I don’t remember much of kindergarten and first grade, except nap time, blocks, being scolded for not wanting to nap

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