By Genia Connell Grades PreK—K, 1—2, 3—5, 6—8 Our first quarter of school is winding down, which means report cards and parent-teacher conferences are on the horizon. Both are great ways to communicate your students' progress with their parents. While report cards provide an opportunity for me to share information with parents, they tend to be one-sided. Report Card Comments Over the years I have culled a collection of my own report card comments that help me create new comments year after year.
Sample farewell speech for graduate students? Graduation Farewell By Jennie Kakkad. For all those who have maneuvered through school and college, there is one day that we all have to face - graduation day.
A day where you breathe freedom yet shed tears for leaving behind the place where you transformed from a boy to a man or from girl to a …lady. Graduation day is filled with multi-emotions, you feel elated yet dejected.
As this will be among the last days you will share with your friends and professors. The feeling seeps in later as the day concludes and you wish it never ends.
Another happy effect of graduation day is because of our teachers who cajole and pamper us unlike their routine days. Smiles spread on every face, they tell us so lovingly that they had a great time even though it's not completely true. And then we realize that they are so flexible and lovable.
There are also times on your graduation day when various your not so good friends come up to you and apologize for their behaviour. You are taken aback and fall short of words.
They hug you and you hug them, a generous gesture to forgive and forget and also communicates that you are and will be a great friend. So you see friends and not so good friends hugging one another.
Everything is possible on graduation day. And then comes the climax.
The entire time you just hung around with your friends, now you have to step up the podium in a place designated to you. Short ones in front and the tall behind. Once everyone is adjusted you set your smile and then flashbulbs go blink blink, you throw your mortarboard in the air and the flashbulbs blink more.
But there are the speeches to attend to before all the merriment begins. Every word is thoroughly checked before it goes on air. The first speech is usually done by the valedictorian who elaborates the adventures of a student and the highs and lows of it.
Sometimes there is another speech given by an ex-student or an outsider who elucidates life outside the institution and how one should gear up for it. Advice, wisdom, encouragement is spelled out to motivate the graduating students. So they feel proud of themselves and are ready to work up the ladder.
If you are privileged to give the student speech, do not shudder. Take your professors help to jot down all the points you have to cover. You are not the one giving advice, so stick to the format.
If you are an ex-student or a guest and are asked to give the speech then think of all the points you will give your son or daughter when they on the threshold of working life.
Even though there is a world of information to give, do not get boring with your speech. Make it exciting with examples and real life situations so the students are hooked to every word.
A beautiful day comes to an end with hugs once again and promises to keep in touch. Wishes for a good life and luck flies in every corner while tear eyed students part filled with happy memories.School Closings & Delays.
Reason: Due to an area power outage the school is closing early Friday, June 29th. GA. Lilburn. Darling Court Lilburn, GA, () Reason: All repairs were completed and our school will re-open tomorrow for our normal business hours. See you soon! William Butler Yeats explained the transition from preschool best when he said, “Education is not the filling of a pail.” In kindergarten, you should be homing in on your passion.
Our first quarter of school is winding down, which means report cards and parent-teacher conferences are on the horizon. Both are great ways to communicate your students' progress with their parents.
Friends, family, and members of the graduating class of the Excelsior Preschool for the Gifted and Talented, I’m honored to be your commencement speaker today. All center closings will be posted on our FaceBook page (click here).
If an early closing occurs, parents or alternate pick-up persons will be called and notified of the early closing time. If an early closing occurs, parents or alternate pick-up persons will be called and notified of the early closing time.
Giving a preschool graduation speech is also an opportunity to publicly thank your families for sharing and entrusting their child(ren) with you. In addition, it is an opportunity to thank staff such as the director, co-teachers, support staff and volunteers.