Good job! I'm very proud of you! A Little Thought for the Last Day of the School Year I just want you to know how proud I am of you for the terrific job you've done in school this year! And just between you and me, I want you to know... You give me a lot of wonderful feelings that I can't even find the words for. I've loved you with all my heart ever since the day you were born, but every day -- in your own growing, changing, wonderful way, you give me reasons to love you even more. - Caryn Olivia Congratulations on Having Such a Great Year in School. I Sure Am Proud of You!
For a teacher who has been very special to my child... Words don't really do justice to the thanks I want to say to you. But I want you to know that I feel so fortunate that my child had a teacher as wonderful as you... It seems that there are very few people in any walk of life who care as much about their work as you do, and who translate that caring into action and guidance and understanding. I know that the lessons my child learned -- not only in your classroom, but also by your example -- will help in years to come. Thanks for your time and for all the encouragement you've given. You're more than just a teacher, you are a very special one. - Barin Taylor Thank You So Much
Safari Bob here, standing by to witness the exotic migration ritual of the species: Studentus - Summeritus. Months of careful tracking and planning are about to pay off in these very few, but exciting moments when we will finally be rewarded with a glimpse of nature's profound displays. RING! RING!! Well there you have it! Please join us next year, same time, for another glimpse into this brief but, exciting feat of nature! Have a great summer vacation!
Thank you for being such a wonderful teacher "Thanks" has a very wonderful meaning. It's one of the most heartfelt and happiest words in our language. Maybe it's just one little word, but within those six letters are hundreds of special feelings... Before the school year comes to a close, (and before a well-deserved summer begins!) I just want to give you this and let you know what a wonderful teacher you've been. I truly appreciate all your hard work and gentle guidance. I can't thank you enough for the time, care, and concern you have given my child this year. I know it isn't always easy being a teacher; you have so many little lives depending on you. But you do such a fantastic job -- and it leads to so many unspoken joys. Thank you so much... for everything you do! - Douglas Richards With Thanks to a Wonderful Teacher