Goal: Let Students Know You Care in a Letter

Welcome to Cycle 7 of The 30 Goals Challenge: Make it Meaningful!

“Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops.” – Henry Brooks Adams

Goal: Write a heartfelt letter addressed to your students letting them how much they impacted you this year or write a reference letter for students for their future teachers to read.

Accomplish this goal in 2 ways:

1. Write an end of the year letter letting your students know how much they impacted you. For inspiration, please check out Nicole Anderson Ellis’ End of the Year Letter for My Students and Shawn Storm’s A Thank You Letter to My Past, Present and Future Students.

2. Write a reference letter for your students for their future teachers to read. The idea is to make sure your students walk into next year’s class without any labels.

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