Graduation Speech : Texas Junior Year Essay

1050 Words May 1st, 2016 null Page
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 who actually wanted to take the time to get to know each and everyone of your students. Not a day went by that you didn’t ask how my day was going, or what I did over the weekend. You made sure I knew where my next class was or if I had someone to sit with at my lunch. If it wasn’t for you I probably wouldn’t have even made it to lunch that day because quite honestly, I didn’t even know when my lunch was. I want to thank you for that. I have never been more thankful to have had the opportunity to have a teacher like you. Thank you for the sacrifices you’ve made to teach your students to the best of your ability. I thank you for being so consistent in the classroom, even on the days you weren’t in the highest of spirits. Even on the…

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