With over 7.2 million teachers in the United States, more than half of them function full time in elementary and secondary schools. The average teacher works more than 50 hours a week with almost half of them working 20 additional hours outside of the classroom unpaid. Taking some time to show some teacher appreciation or sending a special thank you message for your teacher can go a long way. The below listing of messages are intended to serve as samples of the type of sentiments you can include.
Dear teacher, your inspiring words have made a difference in my life. Thanks for making me what I am today.
Happy teacher s day. I take this chance to thank you for all the guidance you have offered to me. You have been a fabulous mentor.
Happy teachers day my friend. As the special day for teachers arrives, I wish you brighter future and opportunities in life always.
Happy teachers day principal. You have been the rock of the fabulous institution and have always provided us with facilities to excel in education. Thanking you Sir.
Happy teachers day. I thank you for guiding me all the way and look up to you as my brighter guiding star.
Happy teachers day. I thank you today for being the guiding star of my child always and helping him excels in his life.
Have a happy teachers day. Thank you for being there as my perfect guide to shape my career path in the brighter way it is now.
I owe you a debt of gratitude for all that you have done for me.
I was lucky to have a teacher as wonderful as you are. Wishing you a Teachers Day that’s full of joyous moments.
Teacher, you are a true mentor I have always looked up to. Thank you for being my guiding light and guiding me all the way. Happy teachers day.
Teacher, you have been a guiding star and I thank you today for all the guidance and education you have showered upon me. Happy teachers day.
Technology has made it easier for students to learn with devices new, but nothing can come close to the experience of being taught by an inspirational teacher like you. Thank you.
Thank you for teaching me how to read and write, for guiding me to distinguish between what is wrong and what is right. For allowing me to dream and soar as a kite, thank you for being my friend, mentor and light.
Thanks for being so outstanding, understanding and caring you proved that learning can be joyous and pleasant experience. You are a wonderful teacher.
Thanks for supporting and enlightening all my way. If only I could have your blessing for a lifetime, I would succeed the way I have done always.
Thanks for the challenges you have made me face, For they gave me the courage to be leading every race.
You blessed me with success. You gave me strength. You made me a better human being. I consider myself lucky to have you as a teacher.
You have always been my inspiration who guided me all throughout. Thanks for being a my true mentor.
You were a mentor of life. Although I did not realize this before. Now it feels wonderful to have someone lead me in the right path in life.
The following infographic provides a detailed look at the current state of the teaching industry in the United States. More than half of teachers work on Sundays compared to only 30% of the everyday professional. An estimated 1 in every 3 teachers plan on leaving the field early before retirement due to low wages. Approximately 21,000 teachers work in underserved areas in the United States.
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