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Seussville in Review!

May27

Dear Students;

It is hard to believe the second grade is quickly coming to an end.  We have learned so much and have had an absolute blast in the process.  I am so very proud of each and every single one of you for all your hard work, dedication, creativity, progress and suessey-ness.  As you take your next step in your elementary school journey, know that I am always right down the hall and I look forward to watching all the wonderful things that will happen to you!  Also know that no matter where your journey takes you, I will always be excited to hear from you.  You have brains in your head and feet in your shoes and you can steer yourself any direction you choose!  Show your third grade teachers all the amazing things I was able to see this year, be a good friend and an excellent listener.  This summer make sure to play, relax and keep on reading!  I just know that you will.  I will never forget you and just know that YOU ARE going places. Today is your day! You’re off and away!

Dear Parents;

I give you back your child, the same child you confidently entrusted to my care last fall.  I give them back, inches taller, months wiser, more responsible, and more mature than they were then.  Although they would have attained this growth in spite of me, it has been my pleasure and privilege to watch their personality unfold day by day.  I give them back reluctantly, for having spent nine months together in the narrow confines of a classroom, we have grown and we shall always retain a little bit of each other.

Ten years from now if we met on the street, your child and I, a light will shine to our eyes, a smile to our face, and we shall feel the bond of understanding once more, this bond we feel today.  We have lived, loved, laughed, played, studied, learned, and enriched our lives together this year.  I wish it could go on indefinitely, but give them back I must.  Remember that I shall always be interested in your child and their destiny, wherever they go, whatever they do, whoever they become.  Their joys and sorrows I’ll always be happy to share.

Thanks for your support and all that you have done to make our year complete!

Check out our year as a Seussville citizen in our video below.  Here’s to a successful year of learning and for the many more successful years to come.  Remember Dr. Seuss says, “Don’t cry because it’s over.  Smile because it happened!”

What was your favorite part of second grade?  What did you enjoy learning the most?  I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below!

6 Comments to

“Seussville in Review!”

  1. May 28th, 2015 at 6:01 pm      Reply Daisy Says:

    Second grade was so much fun thank you so so much for being a awesome teacher and making it so suessy I had a blast it was so much fun this year!!:)


  2. May 28th, 2015 at 6:25 pm      Reply Daisy Says:

    I’m sad that it’s all over I will miss being in second grade.


    • May 29th, 2015 at 10:47 pm      Reply Mrs. Pitzer Says:

      You are so very welcome Daisy! 🙂 I am so glad that you had such a blast in second grade and I will miss you too! It’s always a bit sad at the end of a fun adventure but the wonderful thing is we have so many wonderful memories to look back on. I can’t wait to see all the wonderful places you are headed my dear! Feel free to keep visiting the blog and have a wonderful summer.


  3. May 29th, 2015 at 1:03 pm      Reply Faith Says:

    Thank you Mrs. Pitzer for being a suessey teacher! I miss you so much
    that I`m crying.:):):):):)


  4. May 29th, 2015 at 1:04 pm      Reply Faith Says:

    🙂


    • May 29th, 2015 at 10:48 pm      Reply Mrs. Pitzer Says:

      Faith you are so very welcome! I will miss you too! Packing up the room today was bittersweet and it sure did bring tears to my eyes. It just wasn’t the same without you all in it. I can’t wait to see all the wonderful things you will do next year! Feel free to keep visiting the blog and have a wonderful summer!


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