Dear Students and Parents,
It has been a fun and exciting year. Thank you so much for the opportunity to spend the days with you. I am proud to say you were my students, my “Whittlekids”. This year we learned a wealth of knowledge, built relationships, and learned hard lessons. I watched each and every one of you grow and mature. Your friendships are stronger, you are all caring individuals and you know a little bit more about technology, Texas and how to be great leaders.
I know you were all happy that there was no school on Friday, but for this teacher, I was disappointed. I wanted to be able to see all of my students to let you know how much I enjoyed having you in class and how proud I am of your accomplishments this year. I hope to have the honor of teaching you again in the future.
Next year, I will be located across the school in the elective hallway. I am excited to begin teaching Business Education courses to high school students. This change does not mean that I did not enjoy teaching Junior High students. I absolutely loved teaching and guiding you. As a business teacher, I will be able to continue my passion, working with young people in becoming successful leaders. I have an opportunity to teach the class of 2020 and 2021 students again, and I am looking forward to that! Come see me next year!
Don’t forget that your edublogs blog is yours! Continue blogging through the Summer to connect with people across the globe. The blog is a great way to continue to write and share your thoughts and dreams (and get a little practice with literacy too). Use it as your Summer journal! By the end of June, your blog will no longer be linked to our class blog. However, this doesn’t mean that it won’t still be out there. If you plan on continuing to blog, send me an email and I will add it to my blogroll.
I hope you have many safe adventures this Summer. See you in the Fall!
P.S. Here is one last riddle: Why can’t you do a math test in the jungle?
“Don’t count the days, make the days count” Muhammid Ali