Graduation Speech: Moving To Texas Junior Year In High School

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Moving to Texas junior year was one of the hardest things I have ever taken part in. For the longest time, I never had a good thing to say about it. Texas was the last place I wanted to be at that point in my life. Thank you for making me feel more at ease and answering any questions I might have had. Thank you for telling me that I was the only junior in that class when in reality I wasn’t. Danielle Hansford happened to be the only other junior in that classroom full of disgusting freshman. Thank you for treating us like juniors/adults and not like the freshman who tried to fit in, when in reality they were just a bunch of immature little children. I walked into your classroom for the first time and could tell that you were the type of teacher …show more content…
Thank you for always sharing stories from your childhood, your teenage years, college years, and the life you have now. Thank you for teaching me things I should not do(like when you and your friend stole your mother’s car to go to the store to buy lunchables). Thank you for making fun of me when I finally came back to school after I had eye surgery. Thank you for always listening to the stupid stories that Dani and I would come up with. Thank you for all of the laughs, the understandings, and respect. Thank you for shaping me into the person I am continuing to become today. Thank you for inspiring me to be kind, and to be brave, and most importantly to be open-minded. Thank you for assuring me of my own capability to make a difference. No matter where life takes me, I will always appreciate what you’ve done for me and continue to do for each student that passes through your classroom. Your job is one of the most important out there and I will always cherish the memories from that year. I owe it all to you. You’ve made a greater impact on all of your students than you probably will ever realize. Thank you for being you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank

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