Farewell to Ms. Evans

Emma Nadel, Contributing Writer

Dear Ms. Evans,

 

Since I have taken every class you have taught, it has become quite clear to me that I absolutely love your teaching.  In every class, I have learned how to improve my reading and writing skills.  You have taught me to hand in my work on time, and to write to the best of my ability.  You have not only been a teacher to me, but also a role model.  I want to become a teacher in the future, so the way that you teach really showed me that I potentially want to pursue this career.  Schreiber will truly miss your awesome work in the classroom, and your humorous ways.  I will personally miss coming to class and having to sit in the front row, where you caught me on my cell phone every minute.  You are the only teacher who has proven to me that you truly want me to succeed in school.  I will be a skilled writer when I attend college, thanks to your tremendous work and emphasis on proper writing.

You may think I have erased the books we have read from my mind, but I still remember my junior year with you, and reading The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.  This was one of the most outstanding books I have ever read.  Well, actually, one of the only books I have ever read.  I loved every page from start to finish, and was so intrigued while reading the whole story.  You have taught me to become a better person through reading and writing: two essential skills to have in life.  I know for a fact that Schreiber will never forget your awesome personality and teaching, but most importantly, I will never forget the English teacher I had, who not only helped me grow as a person inside the classroom, but outside as well.

It has truly been an honor to be in your class.

 

Sincerely,

Emma Nadel