Teacher Appreciation!

Educator1As the school year comes to a close and we all participate in the celebration of our student’s achievements, let us not forget those who have guided them. We at Spahr’s Seafood want to show our appreciation to those dedicated and passionate professionals who teach and mentor our area youth. For your hard work and dedication to our future, we Thank You!

We appreciate every hour you spend away from your own families to work for our kids.
We appreciate all the days you stay late, or come in early, and all the nights you miss your favorite shows because you’re grading homework.
We appreciate every hour you spend in meetings, planning and discussing and preparing and assessing.
We appreciate your expertise and the education and training that makes you singularly qualified to do what you do.
We appreciate your willingness to put up with all of our questions, concerns, emails, calls, and your amazing ability to deal with every parent – from the hovering helicopters to those you never see.
We appreciate every cup of morning coffee you miss, every bathroom break you don’t get, every rushed step you take to meet the demands of your days.
We appreciate the care you take to make sure our kids know their value is more than a test score.
We appreciate every tear you spare them by not heaping pressure on them, even while you have to worry about how those scores will affect your own evaluations.
We appreciate the time you take to talk to our kids, and get to know them – in the cafeteria, on the playground, at the drinking fountain, in the specials classes, at the office.
We appreciate the sense of family and community this creates for our own kids, and especially those who may not have those connections outside of school.
We appreciate the personality, the joy, and the love you bring into the school.
We appreciate the example you set for our children, of the value of education, of being safe, respectful, and responsible.
Thank you! For every single thing you do.Educator

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