Dear Miss Dillman
For this assignment, we were informed that it is Teacher Appreciation Week, we were each told to choose a teacher to appreciate. I could have chose my mom, or any of the other teachers, but honestly none of the other teachers have left a lasting good impression on me. I had you in middle school choir, and now again in high school choir, and in humanities, my freshman year.
The two years in Middle school that I had you, were a blast and I didn't think that I'd have another class that was as fun as those two years, but then the big day came, the first day of high school, my freshman year. The day was going pretty good, or so I thought. Then I got in choir, fourth period, that day, and when the bell rang that day I knew that it was going to be an awesome year.
A lot of people think that choir is just a blow off class, that we do nothing but sing the whole time, and that choir is a waste of a class period. But for those of us in choir, we know that it is way more than that. It is a family. It is our lives. &most importantly we are each others lives. I don't know what I'd do without my fourth period class every day. Everybody in there always has a smile on their face as soon as they step in foot in the room. It is not a blow off class, I think it's actually think that it is a harder class, because we learn so much over the year, that you must remember the rest of your music career.
I don't plan on doing anything musical in my future, but I know that without your famous line "Don't forget to be awesome", that anything is possible as long as we are us and we are awesome.
So I guess what I'm trying to say is, that you have put a huge impact on my high school years!
Thanks, not just for being an awesome teacher, but for being a huge part in my life. You're the 'mom' of out choir family, and without you, we wouldn't be as awesome as we are!