May 10-14, 2021
Not sure what to say? Here's a list of options you might use:
- Tell them something specific you like about your class sessions or the messages they send you
- Write a poem about them
- Create a list of ways they have impacted you this school year
- Share a link to a song or video you found that makes you think of them
- Describe what kind of teaching award you'd give them
- Share a special GIF that illustrates your appreciation
These messages can be typed or take a picture of something hand written. Send these to your teacher's Canvas or Outlook mailbox on Monday to help get Teacher Appreciation week started off with a bang.
- Does your teacher have a favorite saying or something he/she does a lot? Take a video doing it yourself.
- Make a thank you card or poster and have your grown up take your picture holding it or a video of you reading it to your teacher.
- Coordinate with other kids in your class to create a message with your photos or cards.
We will create a digital scrapbook to share with teachers and the school community on Friday. (Entries must be in the folder by Thursday at 4pm to be included.)
Do you have a special teacher from a previous grade? Tell them how much they impacted you or that you still think about them/their class. What is it about them or your experience with them that gives you a positive memory?
- All Beaverton school staff's emails are first name_last firstname.lastname@example.org
- If this educator (babysitter, counselor, teacher, coach, etc.) is not in the BSD, ask your grown up for help in finding contact information for them.
- If you don't have a way to contact them, talk about what you remember about them with a friend or family member.
Instead, let's find the best image or GIF of flowers 🌸 💐 🌼 and send them via email or Canvas message with one last "Thank you for all you do" message.