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Letter: Thank a teacher for American Education Week

Tell a teacher thank you

3:47 PM, Nov. 13, 2013  |  Comments
Laura Schmitt/Marshfield News-Herald John Baur of Associated Bank, speaks to Mr. Travis Kundinger class at Grant Elementary on Tuesday, January 23, 2011 about nominating a teacher for the Crystal Apple Awards.
Laura Schmitt/Marshfield News-Herald John Baur of Associated Bank, speaks to Mr. Travis Kundinger class at Grant Elementary on Tuesday, January 23, 2011 about nominating a teacher for the Crystal Apple Awards.
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EDITOR: Each year the Wisconsin Retired Educators Association and the Marshfield Area Retired Educators Association honor public schools and teachers during American Education Week.

American Education Week, Nov. 18 to Nov. 22 this year, presents all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education.

Members of these organizations recognize that a good education for its children is the basis of a functioning and free nation. Though the members are retired, many continue to volunteer to help educators reach their goal of a good education for every child.

In these hard economic times, active teachers need encouragement and need to know that their efforts are appreciated by the people in their school district. We are asking you who read this to talk to a teacher or teachers you know and let them know you recognize and appreciate the contribution they make to the good of society.

Karen Thompson,

Marshfield

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