Dear Mr. Kampe,
It’s teacher appreciation week, as you know. In class today, we are writing letters to teachers who made an impact in our lives, in some small or large way. A teacher who brightened up a day, or taught us something we still use today. Our favorite teacher, the one we wish could have followed us up to high school, or who we still enjoy conversations with.
As you may have guessed by now, you are the teacher I chose to write about. That was an easy decision for me, no other teacher has ever been half as fun, or enjoyable to me as you. Before I got the opportunity to listen to your long winded off track stories, I had never been the biggest fan of history, in fact, I’d never been too keen on school. Now, on the other hand, I am a great student, getting straight A’s, and I’ll have a college certificate before I graduate high school.
You also majorly grew my passion for reading, which I now do about as often as I breathe. Thanks to this passion, I just scored a 99% on my compass test (ACT type reading test required of all duel enrollment students).
Thank you, for all you’ve done for all your students, and for making the world a more awesome place. (:
Miranda A. Greth. (: