National Teacher’s Day

May 4th, 2010 is National Teacher’s Day when students, current or past, give thanks and honor their local educators.  There are many ways to show appreciation, but after many teacher’s were asked what gift that would want to receive, the common response was a simple “thank you”.   Last year hundreds of public school students created an 8 foot high by 75 foot long mural that complied thousands of “thank you” cards from students all over the country.  Tomorrow is May 4th! While a 75 foot mural may not be unobtainable by then, the message is clear that it only takes a second to tell an inspirational educator “thank you”.

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