Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week

by: Khanh P. and Hong-Tran D., Staff Writers





It’s the beginning of May! So it’s Teacher Appreciation Week! It’s time to appreciate all the things teachers have been doing. Teachers at Magruder have been doing their best in teaching us throughout the year. The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teachers work day and night grading papers, essays, and homework. How can we show them our thanks?

DSCN2735           First, we can we appreciate what teachers do by giving them little gifts either during the holidays or at the end of the school year. The little gifts show the teachers how much you appreciate them. Sometimes it’s not just teachers, but all of the office and staff that work at the school. Gifts can be as simple as a thank-you card either handwritten or printed. Any sort of arts and crafts is fine.

The school staff has worked hard for you, helping you, and supporting you everyday here at Magruder Middle School. Show your gratefulness for them! Even writing a homemade card will make our staff feel appreciativeness.

We asked two people from our journalism staff about which teacher or staff should be appreciated the most. Here are the results: “I think Ms. Borowski because she does a lot to help our school.” says Jenny C. “Probably Mr. Sheck since he’s the head of the school.” says Carly P. Who do you think should be appreciated the most in this school?

So thank you to the two people from our journalism staff for taking time to answer this short question. Let’s continue to appreciate our teachers for teaching us and working hard. Teachers continue to work hard and do their best in teaching!

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