Bird Rock students show appreciation for teachers

May 2-6 is Teacher Appreciation Week at Bird Rock Elementary School. This is a week for students and parents to show their appreciation for all their teachers with gifts, flowers, cards, and meals all week long.

Balloons and cards decorate third grade teacher Lynne Degooyer's door. Photo by Pearl Preis

Colleen Dapcevic and Wesley Preis fill the classroom with colorful balloons. Photo by Pearl Preis

On Monday, children decorate their teacher's door to kick off teacher appreciation week. Photo by Pearl Preis

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