National Teacher Appreciation Day is celebrated on the Tuesday of the first full week in May. This is part of Teacher Appreciation Week, which is the first full week in May of each year. Show your appreciation by thanking your teachers. 

The National Education Association describes National Teacher Day “as a day for honoring teachers and recognizing the lasting contributions they make to our lives.”

Can you name your teachers from K-5th grade and your school for Teacher Appreciation Week?

Jefferson Central School

Kindergarten - Mrs. Rohacevich: She sat on my gum and ruined her outfit.
1st - Miss Renz - Friends with my aunt so I thought I was her favorite?
2nd - Mrs. Nunzik AKA... Mrs. Wexler - Fell in love with the math teacher.
3rd - Mrs. Schmidt - Always would wear dresses and stockings.
4th - Mrs. Pasta - Had a twin and we would get them confused.
5th - Mrs. Neary - Always dehydrated.

Copy and paste! It's Teacher Appreciation Week!

Teachers impact our children on a daily basis. They're dedicated and want to best for our kids. Teachers are definitely underpaid, they buy their own classroom supplies and have to deal with government direction more than they should have to, and they keep coming to work every day because they care. Thank you to all our Wonderful teachers.


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