“When I grow up, I want to be a teacher!” These were the words recently shared by a first grade student at MVES. When asked why he wanted to be a teacher, he stated, “Teachers help other people to learn and do lots of other important things.”
When asked to describe examples of “other important things”, he said, “Well, like give us healthy snacks when we’re hungry and more recess when we need to get our wiggles out.” We concluded our conversation by asking if there was anything else his teacher does that is important. He said, “Yes. She loves us.”
While not everyone wishes to be a teacher, we do wish to take time to recognize the exceptional work of the Methow Valley School District teachers.
Next week, May 6 through May 10, as part of National Teacher Appreciation Week, the Methow Valley School District will be celebrating the exceptional work of our teaching staff. Teacher Appreciation Week is a weeklong celebration in recognition of teachers and the positive contributions they make to education and society. It provides an opportunity to share kind words of appreciation and gratitude for the important role our teachers play in the lives of our youth.
Please join us as we acknowledge the unparalleled commitment and dedication to service displayed by the MVSD staff.