You Are Appreciated
It takes a special kind of soul to reach out to children with special needs. To love and cherish them not only for who they are, but who you know they can be. You will never be forgotten.
Thank you for all you have done over the past six years. You bring out the best in your students and make learning fun.
Thank you for your day-to-day teaching, caring, and presence. Your teaching enriches children’s lives, helping them to stretch and grow toward their future. You are appreciated.
Thank you for all your hard work and dedication. Know that your knowledge and compassion have made a positive difference in lives.
I am glad you are Max Thorman’s teachers. You have taught so many new things. Your instruction and patience has meant so much to him and to me.
With sincere appreciation for all your dedication to your special needs students. You will not be forgotten. You gave 100 percent
To attempt to mention all of you: Max’s match his “Colby” Mrs. Tiffany Colby, Mrs. Wilbur, Mrs. Stephenson, Mrs. Gordon, Mr. Brown, Dr. Murphy, Mrs. Sabin, Mrs. DeCarolis, Mrs. Lee, Miss Merrill, Ms. Bullen, Mrs. Vasko, Ann, Mrs. D, Allysa, Tammy, Heather, Mrs. Rosenburg, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Richardson, Ms. Shimamora, Carol, Chet Herrick, Ronnie Deegan, Jim Whitman, Tink, Steve, Ernie, SAD 44 transportation staff, Cheryl, Becky, Millie, cafeteria staff, all the substitute teachers and techs, Mrs. Hart, Angie, staff of MKA, SAD 44 Administration, SAD 44 School Board Members and in fond memory Mrs. Young.