The students leaving Lincoln-Edison go on to middle school. This is their last year on our campus. For many of the students ours is the only school they have ever attended. Mr. K. worked with the kids the last several days of this school year helping them make thank you cards for the many teachers who have touched their lives. Here are excerpts from many of the cards I received:
You’re like the mom I never had. — Rosa G.
You are the coolest and greatest teacher. –Selena G.
If it weren’t for you I wouldn’t have been almost smart. — Monique V.
You were always funny when I got to be with you, so I bet you were funny everyday. — Aldrae D.
I liked when you read to us every morning. I liked when you made us laugh. I liked that when we came hot from P.E. you sprayed us with water. —Joel G.
I will always remember you for the stories that you told. —Jerry M.
You taught me lots of things I needed to know. —Cynthia S.
You are fun. — Jacob F.
You were respectful when I barely camed here all scared. You were kind when my English was no so good. You helped me be better. — Jorge P.
I will always rember how funny you are. Thank you for teaching us in your funny way. — David P.
You are funny and silly. I really enjoy everything you do. But under everything else, I will always remember that you picked me for Student of the Month. — De’Brisha S.
I loved it when you taught me how to use my imagination to make a wonderful story. — Monica P.
You have encouraged me to write better stories and to check my writing for blunders in spelling and puncaution. — Broderick T.
I will always rember how to write in cursive. Thank you for buying us a pizza party. You rock! — Edward G.
Everyday you help me. When I am struggling you just know to come. I am surprised by what you’ve done. — Jimmy Z.
I learn much English from you. I so sorry I not can see you anymore. In my little English I know, I know that I is thankful of you. — Rosa H.