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    Letter: Shout out to Moab teachers from a grateful parent

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    I am writing to send a big, huge thank you to all the teachers in our community. What an amazing team of educators we have working to serve the children and youth of Moab.

    From my perspective, the teachers mobilized with lightning speed and efficiency. Chromebooks were made available for every child that needed one, and each teacher I encountered had a very organized plan for what I could expect as I was thrown into a new role as my children’s new instructor.

    As our little family started our first day of online instruction, I was so grateful for all their preparations. While a learning curve is ahead for both teachers and parents alike, I wanted to give a shout out to our teachers. Thank you for making the transition to online schooling a seamless one.

    Thank you for being the helpers you are, always have been, and continue to be every day.

    A teacher’s biggest fan,

    — Nicole Cornelius

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