I have always known I would be destined to live a very wealthy and prosperous life, and my day has FINALLY arrived!!!! As excited as I am to embrace and embark on the next phase of my life, I would feel less than the extraordinary teacher I pride myself in being by neglecting to leave instructional tools, resources, and advice for my replacement.
Whom ever It May Concern:
Although I could write a book on all my many experienced adventures while working at DCHS, I will try to keep this short and inspiring.
I left a copy of my lesson plans for the remainder of the year. (I like planning ahead) Ms. Lee, the other Healthcare teacher on campus, can assist you with other instructional items and tools you may need.
I was afforded the opportunity to share in the lives of over 200 students from various walks of life, and backgrounds. Treat them as individuals, and meet them where they are! I will admit, they can sometimes be a handful, and test your patience. During those difficult times, remember to breath, focus your energy on positive things, and move forward.
Being a high school teacher has proven to be the most challenging, as well as one of great reward! If you can connect with, and positively influence at least one of them, you will have won! I genuinely love my kids, and I'm confident you will grow to love them too! I will visit them before this school year comes to an end, so be sure to let them know it won't take much for Vonquisha to make a final appearance! Lol
One last piece of advice...Don't be afraid or ashamed to ask for help! I am one of the rare species left who still believes it takes a village.
Good Luck. God Speed. Go Get Um.......
LOTTERY HAS OFFICALLY CHANGED MY LIFE TOOOOOO!!!!!!! WOOOHOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!