These 15 tweets tout the awesomeness of teachers.Jun 17, 2020
This school year ushered in massive challenges for school teachers. But it also welcomed a greater appreciation for all the vital work they do. Here are 15 tweets that prove teaching is one of the greatest (and hardest) professions.
In these difficult times, I am lifted up by these stories of teachers and students who are not only rising to meet this crisis, but finding ways to serve their communities. Way to go @tucsonunified! #ClosedNotClosed https://t.co/UpDpAKCrHi
— Kathy Hoffman (@Supt_Hoffman) April 20, 2020
TEACHERS! We 💜 you! Suns Charities, @SunsCommunity and @seescandies celebrated more than 600 teachers from across the Valley! Thanks to @NAU and @TakisUSA for joining us! pic.twitter.com/Fc3MD9T75M (Click link to view video.)
— Phoenix Suns (@Suns) May 23, 2020
Tonight, let's have tributes of appreciation for school teachers. Because you're amazing, vital engines of optimism that our nation can and will become a better place. Thank you to all who answer the call to service. May the country that emerges appreciate you more.
— Dan Rather (@DanRather) April 15, 2020
After two months of home schooling only two kids, I sit here with a large glass of wine and a twitching eyelid, absolutely knackered. I have an immense amount of gratitude and respect for teachers and you’re all brilliant. Thank you #TeachersRock #HalfTerm #clapforkeyworkers
— Eleanor Rugbi (@EleanorRugbi) May 21, 2020
A sweet story from Teacher Stacy Brosius: Our 3rd grade students @westwingschool learned about monuments and were tasked with creating a monument to honor heroes of the pandemic.
One student built a monument honoring our teachers!#Extraordinary #Heroes Thank you, teachers! pic.twitter.com/lDC7lG2J0w (Click link to view photo.)
— Deer Valley Unified School District (@DVUSD) May 22, 2020
Who can’t you a little humor these days? It’s Friday and we are sending out a special thank you to all educators across the world who are finishing up this year in the next few weeks. It has been CRAZY, and you have been AMAZING!!! #teachersrock #smile #summertime pic.twitter.com/WYL9mW3Ae3 (Click link to view photo.)
— upstandingtogether (@upstanding_1) May 22, 2020
Wherever you are teaching, remember that you are doing an amazing job and that you continue to provide 'Hope' and joy to the students in front of you. Keep doing great things each and every day. As the song says, "Move your feet and feel united" #Dance #TeachersRock #Love pic.twitter.com/nACwH6CJnl (Click link to view video.)
— Stuart Moran (@stuabu23) May 19, 2020
Thanks for all you do every day - in school, out of school, and even during a pandemic - to encourage a love of learning in our kids. ❤️ #AZTeachersRock. (Click link to view photo.)
— Christine M Thompson (@CMTAzEd) May 5, 2020
It’s clear that teachers are going above and beyond for their students during #Covid_19 #TeachersRock #EncouragingtheCarolinas https://t.co/O6wJmiz54J (Click link to view video.)
— Encouraging The Carolinas (@the_encouraging) May 20, 2020
My son’s teacher just convened a Skype meeting with a class of 7 and 8 year olds. If that’s not proof teachers are angels I’m not sure what is #TeachersRock
— Prue Car MP (@pruecar) May 7, 2020
At the end of the first day of my kids being out of school after our attempts at “homeschooling”... my conclusion... teachers are superheroes. The end.
— Amy McGrath (@AmyMcGrathKY) March 17, 2020
I wonder how many parents homes schooling today still think teaching is an easy profession and teachers are overpaid? Keeping in mind teachers have 30 kids per class. Teachers may be getting some sweet notes or treats or maybe even some apologies in a few weeks. 😃
— 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐡𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@DrBradJohnson) March 17, 2020
This pandemic has already revealed that:
- schools are so much more than just schools.
- many people now realize how tough it is to be a teacher and that teachers are grossly underpaid.
- teachers are irreplaceable and essential to learning and education. #homeschooling
— Nicholas Ferroni (@NicholasFerroni) March 17, 2020
Shout out to all the teachers who’ve been holding it down, making online education work in a pinch. It’s the last day of classes for many of you. You made it! Please try to enjoy your summer. You, more than just about anyone, deserve it. #COVIDー19 #teacherappreciation
— Johnathan S. Perkins, Esq. 😷 (@JohnathanPerk) May 22, 2020
Arizona teachers inspire me every day. You are amAZing. You have done more to keep learning alive and our kids safe. Thank you. #AZTeachersRock #ThankATeacher #NBCTStrong https://t.co/BsaHfaFEhu (Click link to view photo.)
— Kathy Wiebke, NBCT (@kwiebke) May 6, 2020