Teacher Appreciation Week is always the first week in May. It is a week full of activities to thank teachers for their hard work. Obviously, COVID-19 has closed many schools closed this year and therefore, the event will not be held. It is ironic, in a year where teachers have been challenged to teach remotely, some appreciation would certainly be welcomed. Teachers have learned to use new technology, in warp speed, to present lessons and continue relationships with kids and their families. All, while managing their own issues and worries in their own family life.
Luncheons and daily treats were always enjoyed during Teacher Appreciation Week. But it was the notes from kids and parents that were the most appreciated. If you get a minute this week, write a quick note to a classroom teacher and thank them for helping teach your child. It will make their day!