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    Teacher Appreciation Week is Coming Soon: Here's How You Can Show Your Gratitude

    As alumni, the farther removed we get from our high school days the more we can look back and realize fully the kind of impact our teachers had on us. We’re really grateful to have some fantastic, caring teachers in the Fort Bend ISD. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year has been unusually challenging for everyone: kids, parents, school staff and teachers alike. With Teacher Appreciation Week coming up in early May, we thought it would be a good idea to share some ways you might show your gratitude during that week. This is a great chance for you to reconnect with some of your favorite teachers from your high school days and show them how much their work is appreciated, especially during such a difficult and emotionally draining school year. Here are a few ideas for you to consider: Send an email: This is probably the easiest, fastest way for you to show your appreciation. Teacher emails are listed publicly on the district’s website, so it’s easy for you to find the teacher you want to connect with and send them a quick email sharing your gratitude. Write a thank-you note: You can thank a teacher either for the impact they had on your life, or for the work they’re doing with your children or with the current generation of students in general. You can mail the note to the school; this is a great, personal way to show your appreciation and is certain to make their day. Find ways to give back: Beyond just sharing your gratitude in words, you can find ways to show your appreciation for teachers and your district in your actions. Find ways to give back, whether it’s donating to educational initiatives, like the FBEF Tribute Fund, or teacher fundraisers, volunteering at school events (when they’re being held in person again) or advocating for teachers in your everyday life. Organize a class gift: If you’d like to show your appreciation on a larger scale, perhaps you can work with other members of your graduating class to organize a class gift either for a particular teacher or to all the teachers at your alma mater in general to show your appreciation. Have other alumni contribute to a fund you can then use to purchase trinkets of your appreciation for teachers at school. We hope you find some small way to show the appreciation for the teachers in your life all year round, but especially in a few weeks during Teacher Appreciation Week!
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    Resolve to Stay Connected to Your Alma Mater in 2021

    If you’re like most people, you were probably more than ready to close the door on 2020. It was a tough year for so many people, one that will be forever defined by the COVID-19 pandemic and the effect it had on just about every area of our lives.  The great news as we kick off 2021 is that there is now a vaccine, and a light at the end of the tunnel. But throughout most of the year, it will still be important for people to follow pandemic restrictions, meaning all of us will still need to be proactive about staying connected. At Fort Bend ISD Nation, we are as committed as we’ve ever been to helping alumni stay connected to their alma mater, even when we can’t physically gather together. If you’re looking for an idea for a New Year’s Resolution, consider making it a goal to stay actively involved with and connected to your alma mater through our organization this year! Here are some ways you can accomplish this resolution: Join: If you haven’t already, join Fort Bend ISD Nation and become a member, with all the perks that membership provides at its various levels. This is the easiest way for you to stay updated about everything happening in Fort Bend schools and in our organization. Attend virtual events: Any time the opportunity arises, attend virtual events! These could include virtual alumni networking events, virtual class reunions, virtual fundraisers, etc. It’s still going to be a little while before it’s safe to have in-person events and activities, so this is a great way to stay connected to fellow alumni. Donate: School may be virtual, but there are still so many ways for our organization to support everything that’s happening in Fort Bend schools. Your dollars can make a big difference! Volunteer: Volunteer opportunities are not as numerous during the pandemic, but they still pop up here and there. If you’re in the area, be sure to check out volunteer opportunities whenever they arise if you feel like giving back to the district. Read: Be sure to regularly check out the district’s website and social media platforms for information about school events and to stay up to date about the latest news affecting the district. Staying informed is a great way to stay connected, and makes it easier for you to find opportunities to get involved. We hope 2021 holds great things in store for you and your family. Happy New Year!
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