Thanks for all you do!

Congratulations on another successful year! Being a teacher is one of the greatest gifts and it is usually the students’ words at this time of year that remind me of the important impact that we have everyday. When I asked the students about their teacher, Ms. Duong, this is what they had to say:

“She is really caring and kind. She doesn’t leave anyone out and includes everybody. She always treats everyone equally. She is a joyful teacher and when she came, she told us she was nervous but she did a really great job! I learned a lot from her and she told us all the time that we are the best class. She brought us up and treated us well like we were one of her children so that we could be our best person.”

“She was really inspiring and every day when we saw her she had a big smile on her face and it made us smile as well. She would always let us know how great we are and that made us feel really happy.  She inspired us to become more involved and join more clubs. She also made really fun projects for us to do. “

“She is really sarcastic and can joke around with us. She also gives us fun activities to do. She made a lot of jokes in class and made me feel very happy. “

“She made me feel happy.”

“She always inspired me to be myself and made us feel comfortable. She made us feel happy and had a lot of smiles and always had a positive attitude. She always made anyone sad feel better and she taught everyone in such a respectful and caring way. We had a very active and fun class which helped us be motivated!”

“She is super caring and she treats everyone in the class equally. She never puts one student before another. She is super fun and makes learning fun! She makes games and even her tests are fun because they have jokes. She is always happy and even when she is stressed she finds the humour in the day. The classroom never has a negative vibe.”

“She does a lot of fun things. She doesn’t get agitated over little things. She is really honest with us about situations. She makes learning fun and joyful and funny. She lets us watch things a lot which we really like. She does community circles which helps us solve problems and also share about our weekends and our lives.”

I know that many of your students feel the same way about you! Thank you for all the work that you do every day to help our students of Ontario be the best people that they can be!

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Updated: June 28, 2018 — 8:00 am

The Author

Tammy Axt

I am a music teacher at Red Willow Public School in the Peel District School Board. I love supporting students through the creative process and grooving to music! My interests include running and trying to learn how to ride a motorcycle.

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