Just a week before the nation marks the teacher appreciation week activity, parents and students in Broadmoor United Methodist Church Day School have already prepared their own kind of celebration. They said they cannot wait anymore for May 3-9, 2009 before they could show their appreciation to teachers. In fact, one week before the national teacher appreciation week 2009, many parents started to celebrate Monday for the weeklong activities. The five-day event was fun-filled because committees really worked hard to make it even more exciting than last year’s.
Mexican theme ” On Monday, the school celebrated teacher appreciation week through a Mexican style fiesta. There were lots of food to make the educators and their families enjoyed the whole day. Mexican cuisine was the theme of the celebration because all the food prepared has been inspired by Mexican delicacy.
Garden-inspired Tuesday ” There were also the garden-inspired Tuesday which the educators also enjoyed. They were able to show to their audience how much they value the support of the school and other support groups.
Beach theme celebration ” There will be breakfast for teachers and this also made them happy and very contented that they were treated to the best food.
Day at Oscars ” The Thursday was also very memorable as teachers who have contributed outstanding achievements were given awards by the sponsoring host of the awarding ceremonies.
Spa relaxation ” On the last day of the celebration which was a Friday the teachers were treated to a very relaxing spa moments. They were very thankful again to the sponsors because they enjoyed it. The spa day for educators was also added with a reflexology session by Tiffany Burden at the Haven Spa.
Amy Taylor, one of the organizers of the said special activity for teacher appreciation week said a fundraiser was held so that the organizing committee was able to solicit funds from generous groups and local businesses. He said during this annual event for teachers it is important to show them how much they are loved and appreciated for their outstanding performance in the schools everyday in their lives.