In a world of uncertainties right now, there is one thing I know to be true: teachers are working hard. Incredibly hard.
Some are back in the classroom full time, working to restore normalcy in a time of mask mandates, social distancing and plexiglass protection on desktops and cafeteria tables.
Some teachers are pulling double-duty, teaching students in the classroom AND online as certain districts have hybrid schedules.
Other teachers are working completely virtually, providing lessons and instruction through Google Meets and Zoom sessions.
No matter which way they are doing it, teachers are going all-in to provide our students with quality lesson plans during a difficult time in the world.
Even if students are back in school in person, many teachers have to record videos, prepare assignment packets, answer emails and phone calls, and grade completed work. This, on top of having spouses and children and lives of their own.
How lucky our students are to have teachers who are dedicated, passionate and caring!
When I think about all they are doing, I can’t help but think of how I want to say thank you, even though that doesn’t seem to be enough. I want to let them know how much we appreciate their effort, hard work and dedication. I want them to know that I see how much they care about our children and their well-being and that means so much.
Are you looking for a way to thank a teacher? Do you want to share a small token of your appreciation? Do you want a teacher (or a guidance counselor or a school administrator) to know you are grateful for them? An easy way to do that is with a sweet treat from Ashley’s!
One simple phone call to our bakery and we can handle the rest!
You can call us and we can put an order together for a teacher. We’ll have it ready when it’s convenient for you to swing by and pick it up.
Not sure what your teacher may like? Our Bakery Bucks are an easy solution. Pick up a few Bakery Bucks, drop them in a note and send them to your teacher.
You can call us and we can get a treat (or a box of donuts or a carton of cupcakes) packaged and ready for your teacher to come pick up when it fits in his or her schedule, whether that’s on the drive into school in the morning, on the way home from work, or on a Saturday morning when they have a bit more time.
We all know how valuable our teachers are, and sometimes, a sweet treat is the perfect way to show our gratitude.