Updated: Jul 25
Teacher Appreciation Week is a time to show our appreciation for the hard work and dedication of our teachers. It's a chance to say thank you for all they do to educate and inspire our children.
Teachers Appreciation Week is May 8-12, 2023, so lets make our teachers in our Adventist Schools feel as loved as they are next week!
Here are some ideas for how you can celebrate teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week:
Write a thank-you note. A simple handwritten note is a great way to show your appreciation for your teacher. Let them know how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication.
Bring in breakfast or lunch. This is a great way to show your appreciation for the teachers in your child's school. You can either volunteer to make breakfast or lunch yourself, or you can order it from a local restaurant or bakery.
Donate classroom supplies. Teachers often spend their own money on classroom supplies. A donation of supplies is a great way to help them out.
Volunteer at your child's school. This is a great way to show your support for your child's teacher and the school as a whole. There are many different ways you can volunteer, such as helping out in the classroom, chaperoning field trips, or working on school projects.
Attend a school event. This is a great way to show your support for your child's teacher and the school as a whole. There are many different school events that you can attend, such as parent-teacher conferences, school plays, or sporting events.
Give a gift. A small gift is a thoughtful way to show your appreciation for your teacher. Some ideas for gifts include flowers, chocolates, gift cards, or books.
Just say thank you. Sometimes, the simplest things are the best. Take a moment to tell your teacher thank you for all they do. A simple "thank you" can make a big difference.
Teachers make a difference in our children's lives and teach them about the love of Jesus. Let's show them how much we appreciate them during Teacher Appreciation Week. by :: Ashley Alipoon & Bard