In honor of our community’s dedicated teachers, The Daily Progress is offering teachers a free and interesting way to connect with their students. Teachers are invited to submit a brief letter (150 words or less) to their students, which The Daily Progress will publish for free.
Interested teachers should complete the Teacher Talk form on The Daily Progress website.
Letter to teachers from The Daily Progress:
Dear Learning Community,
The past few weeks have been challenging for all of us, especially for our teachers and their students. Their school year was cut short, without much time to prepare. We are sure many students, especially the younger ones, are confused as to why this is happening. We know that all students are sad; no final projects, no graduation ceremony, no hugs from their teachers on the last day of the school year, no goodbyes.
In the coming weeks, with two months left in the school year, The Daily Progress is offering a way for our teachers to connect to their students and to encourage them in their mutual learning journey (at no cost to teachers). We call it Teacher Talk and it’s a great way for those dedicated teachers to support and help their students before the end of the academic year.
If you are a teacher and interested in participating, please go to https://www.dailyprogress.com/site/forms/teachers/letters_from_teachers/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.