During the week of May 2-6, 2022, the Cheetos Club went into high gear to show teachers at PHS their appreciation for them, during Teacher Appreciation Week! Following is an email sent to teachers to kick off the week, and some photos of the club members in action making it a memorable week of kindness at PHS.
The PHS Community, Cheetos Club, NHS, PHS Administration and your PHS students have come together to put on a special week to truly appreciate you! We have come up with the idea for a “five course meal” in which we choose a theme for each of the five days of the week.
Monday – Bread (Crooked Tree Breadworks)
Tuesday – Appetizers (National Honor Society and PHS Administration)
Wednesday – Soup and Salad Lunch (PHS Community – Common Angle )
Thursday – Pesto Chicken Bruschetta (PHS Community – Common Angle)
Friday – Dessert (Kilwins)
Additionally, you won’t need to make lunch on both Wednesday and Thursday as a local business – Common Angle – has worked with the culinary arts students to provide lunch both days in the culinary arts room. Please enjoy all the hard work the students are doing for this lunch.
Special thanks to Crooked Tree Breadworks, Common Angle and Kilwin’s for supporting the Cheetos Club in our appreciation efforts!
Here’s what PHS teachers had to say about the week of kindness delivered their way:
THANK YOU for everything. I am proud to work with all of you and am amazed at everything you do as teachers, as coaches, as advisors, as mentors, as role models, as chaperones, as subs, and SO MUCH MORE!
Thank you Cheetos Club, NHS, Petoskey Community Businesses, PHS Admin and STUDENTS, Culinary staff and students (and anyone else I missed)!
Thank you never seems to be quite adequate when something as big as this “operation” comes together. But, I THANK YOU ALL.
All of us love our kids (students)! We love working with them and watching them grow and make relationships. Sometimes, it’s all the “other stuff” that can make teaching really difficult. Sometimes, this “other stuff” derails me from my focus of simply loving kids and helping others.
It is through reminders such as “Teacher Appreciation Week,” that I am able to regain my focus, positive attitude and energy for this last stretch of the school year. Everyone who made this appreciate week possible – please know how very much appreciated I feel.
Thank you especially for thanking us! Thank you for taking (even more) time out of your busy schedules to appreciate your colleagues. I am very honored to work here and am very touched by your generous giving of time and resources.