Dear Mr. Nathan,
I will try to make this as short as possible, but there are so many great things about you
Even though you have only been my homeroom teacher for half of the year, I have learned a lot from you. During this whole time I have been looking up to you for guidance and care. You have fulfilled your job in teaching me and the class. If I had a list of my favorite teachers, you would be one of them. I have realized the student/teacher bond can be a great experience if you follow the right path. You have made the classroom a relaxing and enjoyable place to be. I think that most all of the class appreciates how you’ve helped us in troubled times. I am looking forward to being in your class for my last high school years. I hope you know how much of a joyous year I have had with you as my teacher and friend
The St. Anthony School Class of 2011
his was Mike’s first year – 6th grade – at St. Anthony, and our first ever parent-teacher conference where the teacher had only positive things to say about our son! What a blessing it has been to have someone who truly understands Mike….and the challenges he and we face on a daily basis. Mike has enjoyed his year at the school and we are all looking forward to his continued success there. Special thanks to Mr. Hammer, Mr. Brett, Ms. Debbie, and Mr. Mike – you are appreciated more than you will ever know!
Paul, Karen and Mike Gilbert
ast night I had the honor of attending Kody’s graduation from sixth grade at St. Anthony’s school in Carrollton. Some of you might remember, Terri and Kody. Terri has tirelessly advocated for Kody since I have known her family. Kody IS ONE OF THE MOST LOVING, OUTGOING kids I have the privilege of knowing. He is a success story. He struggled in public school. He was not understood nor valued.
To see how far Kody has come has brought me to share how the proper supports can change lives for our kids. His teachers adore him. His peers adore him. He was the unofficial greeter at the graduation. Kody SHINED, he is calmer and focused and loving his life.
All of the graduates either hugged or shook hands with the staff when presented their diplomas, St. Anthony’s “gets or Kiddoes!” They embrace them, love and respect them.
It was a joy to see Kody and his family have PEACE and know that their son was in the best environment where he could be himself, be VALUED and appreciated.
I just had to share. Never give up on our kids. They have so much to share with our world. Love to Terry and Kody.
You are MY HEROS!