I suppose I have wanted to be a teacher forever

October 30, 2011

Austin Parker,
1234, West 67 Street,
Carlisle, MA 01741,
(123)-456 7890

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Dear Austin Parker,

My name is Wilma Ross and I will be your teaching assistant for the new school year. Principal Wiggins gave me your school email address and encouraged me to write to you. I thought we might meet before school started to get to know one another. I like to know a person, what they expect of me, before the first day. Otherwise, I get a bit nervous.

I will be graduating with my teaching degree in the fall and I could not be happier. This will be my most proud accomplishment so far! I am not married and have no children. My parents live about an hour away in Childress. That is where I grew up.

I suppose I have wanted to be a teacher forever. It seemed like such a fun job when I was a child. My teachers always seemed to be energetic and creative! I want to be just like that! Principal Wiggins tells me you are really good at what you do and that the students love you.

If you would like to get together or if I can help set up the room, please let me know. I look forward to learning a lot from you! Here’s to a good school year!

Sincerely,

Beacan

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