What Our Teachers Are Grateful For

Be Grateful Not Hateful

  Frontline: What are you grateful for?

Mrs. Spanner: I am grateful for reaching self-efficacy. I am also grateful for having the opportunity to be a part of my students´ educational journey. I am also very fortunate to help teenagers and adults improve their Spanish and English skills. I am grateful for my family and friends who enrich my life every day, and I am grateful to be living my best life yet. 

Frontline: What is something that you are able to portray in your teaching that you  are grateful for?

Mrs. Spanner: I try to advocate to my students the importance of showing up and faking it till you make it. I also encourage them to dream big because I know they have the power to do what they want.

Frontline: What are you grateful for?

Mr. Moeller: I am grateful for my family and my family’s health. I am also grateful for the new start to this wonderful new year. 

Frontline: What is something that you are able to portray in your teaching that you  are grateful for?

Mr. Moeller: I am grateful that I have the opportunity to teach literature in a way that allows students to see multiple sides to every issue and allows them to interpret it in their own particular way and let them relate it to their own lives. 

Frontline: What are you grateful for?

Mrs. Diaz: I am grateful for my two sons and my husband. They are my light and I don’t know what I would do without them.

Frontline: What is something that you are able to portray in your teaching that you are grateful for?

Mrs. Diaz: I try to teach them that you can do anything if you put in the hard work. I want to show them the importance of working hard and not giving up and with that I know they can accomplish anything.