It’s been 10 years since we graduated from #Westminster HS.
I’ve spent a significant amount of time at Westminster since then, so it gets hard to keep track of time and see how much we and the school has changed. But in reminiscing with everyone, I can see that some things have changed quite dramatically, yet others are still constant. eg. Our favorite teachers are still great teachers, but they’re using innovative teaching strategies. It’s a reminder of things we’ve done well to improve our school as we as ways we can still grow.
This upcoming week is the beginning of what will probably be the most important year of teaching in my life. Many big things are taking place at Westminster HS this year, and I get to be right in the middle all of it. I am feeling some nerves in anticipation of the struggle to come, but today reminded me of how proud I am to be a Lion. Overcoming this year’s challenges will mean that our school is moving forward even further. Our students will be even more poised to make a positive impact in a global community.
We may not be close friends, and some of us haven’t seen each other since high school, but that’s okay. Thanks for the continued friendship and for reassuring me that what I do can make an impact in the world.
10 years is not a long time. How much impact will we make in the next 10 years?