Right now, I should be focusing on how excited I am to spend the long break with my family, but you see, as a teacher, I truly have two families: home and work, and as I prepare to spend some much needed time with my own kiddos, part of my heart is with the LCHS kids too. So as we head off to break, I want to take a few minutes to reflect on how lucky I am to be working at Little Chute High School. On a daily basis, I get to witness students doing amazing things, whether it be through their numerous talents or their compassionate hearts. Let me take a moment to highlight some of the best events happening around here.
|Luke Sampson and Aly Myers learn how to|
properly wrap gifts.
|Kendra Huray proudly displays the great gift she purchased.|
|Clare Hietpas and Chris Peeters pause for a quick picture.|
As I mentioned earlier, this time of year, more than ever, reminds me of the students that stand out in other ways. It is important to remember that our students come from very different backgrounds. If I can make one final plea, it would be that the Little Chute community remembers others during this break. While some of the students will run out the doors on Wednesday, December 23th, there are some kids, due to circumstances beyond their control, that will amble their way out of these halls because the thought of being home for ten straight days is daunting. Please take time to remember your fellow neighbors who may not look forward to this break; use these ten days as a time to make a difference.