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Class of 2015

Class of 2015

Today is my student’s big day. My thirty-nine 8th graders are graduating and moving on to High School. I know looking back 8th grade doesn’t seem like a big year but in their lives it one of their first big milestones. I am miss it but the military has their commitments, and I know my students understand my job. I sent them a short video, hoping they see it. This year has been quite the year. As a first year 8th-grade Teacher,  there are many lessons I’ve learned. First of all, you must have a lot of patience. Second, always be passionate about what you teach. If you’re not loving it, they won’t either. I guess I was obsessed with having them learn about segregation and the Civil Rights. I hope they will forever remember Brown v. BOE or Plessy v Fergusen. They sure did hear often from me. Lastly, my biggest takeaway and the best part of being a teacher this year was truly learning from my students as individuals. I got to not only teach them but to also get to know them as people. They come from all different backgrounds and are truly amazing in their own individual way. I am so proud of them and their accomplishments, however small some of them are, it was a big deal. I love my students and wish nothing but the best for them! The hardest part of being a teacher was leaving them and watching them move on. I know life won’t be the same without them every week, but I know they are moving on to bigger and better things.  Like one of my students said in a letter, “This isn’t goodbye it’s see you later.”  It will be a  see you later indeed.

To the Class of 2015 It’s been fun.


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Mirian V

A former TSA & VA Police Officer, and Case Worker turned USAF Reserves, English & Social Studies Teacher…Oh yeah and MOM! The Boston Sports Fanatic who loves pancakes with her butter may not always get it right, but will always write about it. So, remember to enjoy Life’s trials & triumphs!


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