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This has been a school year like no other. We started off our year all-virtual, which was very difficult for kindergarten students. 5-year-olds were never meant to learn and play through Zoom. Although there were positive moments, many of my students struggled to engage on Zoom and it was very hard for me to watch as a teacher. We were virtual through the end of February and began offering in-person instruction in early March. The joy, laughter, friendship, and enthusiasm for learning that I've seen since returning to in-person instruction have made all of the worries, struggles, and tough days worthwhile. I have been so impressed with how well my kindergartners have adapted to learning in a COVID-19 classroom. They are so excited to be at school and have done an amazing job at following our school's safety protocols. I am able to see so much more of what they know and many students who were very hesitant to participate on Zoom are eagerly raising their hands and sharing their ideas with their classmates. These students have really touched my heart and I want them to know how much I will miss them. Due to allocation cuts, I will have to leave this school at the end of this year, which means that I will likely not get to see these students again. This is my second time moving schools and the hardest part for me is not being able to visit my past students, know how they're doing, and see how much they grow. I would like to give each student in my class their very own copy of The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be so that they know how very special they are and how much I will miss them.

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This has been a school year like no other. We started off our year all-virtual, which was very difficult for kindergarten students. 5-year-olds were never meant to learn and play through Zoom. Although there were positive moments, many of my students struggled to engage on Zoom and it was very hard for me to watch as a teacher. We were virtual through the end of February and began offering in-person instruction in early March. The joy, laughter, friendship, and enthusiasm for learning that I've seen since returning to in-person instruction have made all of the worries, struggles, and tough days worthwhile. I have been so impressed with how well my kindergartners have adapted to learning in a COVID-19 classroom. They are so excited to be at school and have done an amazing job at following our school's safety protocols. I am able to see so much more of what they know and many students who were very hesitant to participate on Zoom are eagerly raising their hands and sharing their ideas with their classmates. These students have really touched my heart and I want them to know how much I will miss them. Due to allocation cuts, I will have to leave this school at the end of this year, which means that I will likely not get to see these students again. This is my second time moving schools and the hardest part for me is not being able to visit my past students, know how they're doing, and see how much they grow. I would like to give each student in my class their very own copy of The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be so that they know how very special they are and how much I will miss them.

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