With the last days of school upon us, we are all looking for ways to show our children’s teachers how much we appreciate all the hard work they’ve done this past year. I know we can never possibly hope to repay these teachers for everything they do, but even a little gesture of gratitude is greatly appreciated.
Kids these days. It's not often you hear of kids yelling at teachers, because they deserve it. This teenager lets his teacher have it over her bad attitude and lack of enthusiasm for her job. Teaching isn't a classroom is hard. Getting teens, or any kids, excited to learn and behave in a classroom has got to be a frustrating thing to do...
Nobody can deny that teachers do a lot for their students. In fact, teachers are known for going above and beyond when it comes to kids. They spend their own money on school supplies for their classrooms, they grade papers into all hours of the night, and some even volunteer to show up and open the gym during the summer for their students.
The University of Montana's Center for Environmental Health Sciences just received a grant of $1.25 million dollars from the National Institutes of Health to support environmental health education for thousands of middle and high school students in Montana, Idaho and Alaska.