The Thank You Note You May Never Get


Dear Teacher,

Your students love you and know that you care.  They think you are awesome, but sometimes they just don’t have the words or know-how to let you know.  So, because of that, I wrote the note that they feel about you but may never write.  They notice all that you do.  One day they will look back and see you as one of the main influences in their lives.  You may never get this card, but it is very true!  Please read and let it be from the students you have struggled with the most to reach, connect, and help them reach some of their potential.  Let this be their words to you.

You are awesome!  Keep on teaching, Teacher!

Love, Teacher

(c)DearTeacherLT2013 (You may use this picture if you link back to this blog.)

(c)DearTeacherLT2013 (You may use this picture if you link back to this blog.)

(c)DearTeacherLT (You may use this picture if you link back to this blog.)

(c)DearTeacherLT (You may use this picture if you link back to this blog.)

For more hope and encouragement: @DearTeacherLT (Twitter) and Dear Teacher/Love Teacher Facebook Page.

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