It was later in my teaching career, and I wanted a unique activity to end a fifth grade science/health interdependence unit. I can't recall exactly what was stated before the assignment; I just recall being impressed enough with what was submitted that I transferred a summary to my computer files. It seems the beginning of 2016 and the month of February is a perfect time to share. Within their words, there is much wisdom!

Representing Mr. Webster's Class:

  • Teachers are like family. Harlan

  • Without school, there is nowhere else to go. Devon

  • Our school cares about us, don't let the opportunity go away. Brandon

  • Teachers are one of the greater things in life. Morgan

  • School helps you get a job; it helps you understand the importance of responsibility, friendship, patience, pride, and so much more that you need to know to be a good citizen. Taylor

  • Teachers help you understand right things and wrong things. Baylee



    Representing Mrs. McIntyre's Class

  • I like school, and I don't know what I would do without it. Haley

  • School is our home away from home. Tony

  • When we're at Hope, we're not leaving our family; we're just visiting the rest of our family. School is where you find much heart; it is in the air. Everyone has respect for everyone else! It's an educational experience. I love attending Hope and wouldn't have it any other way. Taylor

  • Our teachers are like our parents while we are at school. Cody

  • Without school, we would be cavemen! Robert

  • I love all my teachers! Shelbi

  • We have the best teachers in the world! Christopher

  • Our teachers are a good influence on us. Aaron



    Comments from representatives of Ms. Flack's class and Mr. Law's class will be next week!