Editor’s note: This is the third article in a series of stories written by students from Mary Messer’s class at North Delta’s Gray Elementary.
Teachers are probably under a little stress due to the coronavirus, so me and my class made red, white and pink valentine notes/cards for my class impact project and put them on teachers’ doors.
Teachers needed a little note of Valentine-ness, so with the help of my mom, Mrs. Messer (my teacher), and a lot of stress because my project planning was last-minute, I decided that making Valentine notes for teachers was a great idea! We planned the making of the Valentine notes at the end of the school day on Friday since Valentine’s Day would be on Sunday.
I had trouble talking to my classmates because I don't like talking to groups of people and I am not that good at talking to people in general, so Mrs. Messer helped me tell the class. I think almost everyone liked doing it since some of them made like eight and asked to do more after school, which was kind of weird since, how would they put the notes to the teachers’ doors if they aren't at school and next Monday was after Valentine’s Day?
You might be wondering why I decided to put notes on doors instead of giving teachers actual cards. That’s because of COVID-19 and that would probably be unsafe. I hope we affected at least 60 per cent of the teachers' days (in a good way) and I feel pretty good about my project and I am very glad I did it.
Thank you for reading my article and thank you to my classmates and teacher for helping me make it happen!