So, if you have a favorite teacher, this is the best time to send them a little note, e-mail or voice mail telling them how much you appreciate them. It means a lot to hear "I know you work so hard", or "You're my favorite teacher", or "My child says such nice things about you", or even just "thanks for helping my child with their homework after school". It makes getting through this month much easier
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
My last post reminded me: November is the hardest month for teachers. We haven't had a significant break since summer, the days are getting colder, the students are testing our limits, and many of us are saying goodbye to the sun this month (most teachers will get to work before sunrise and not leave until after sunset in the winter, so we only get out in the sunshine on weekends). Oh, and Thanksgiving break isn't until the last week of November this year. This is truly the horse latitudes of the school year.