Thanks for a great year at Beaufort Elementary School

By Principal Jennifer Morillo
As we close this academic year, I wanted to share some of my thoughts and impressions of the 2011–2012 school year. It is my honor to be the principal of Beaufort Elementary. We have experienced much success this year and grew as a school family. I believe Beaufort Elementary is a great place to learn, and we have the potential to be even better.
I cannot possibly thank everyone in this letter that has volunteered, contributed, or supported our school because there are so many people. Whether it was coordinating and selling, or monitoring students, or volunteering for after-school events, or serving in the Learning Commons, or whatever, I thank everyone who has given their time, talents and treasures to support and improve our school. We could not operate without the support of our parents and volunteers who give with a generous loving heart.
Our students continue to shine and represent Beaufort Elementary in a positive manner in extra-curricular activities and in the community. We have a unique blend of diverse personalities and talents here. People really do care about each other.
Please know that everyone who had the honor of teaching and working with your children here at Beaufort Elementary School is very thankful for your commitment to education. We thank you for your support. We thank you for your openness and honesty. We thank you for your care and commitment. We thank you for your hours of volunteering.
I trust what we do will continue to have a tremendous impact on our students and families. Beaufort Elementary is a great place to be and I know we will continue to work together to make it even better. I know all of you are looking forward to a nice summer break and I hope you find time to relax, rest, and spend quality time with family. I look forward to the 2012–2013 school year with great anticipation and hope for another outstanding year filled with student success.

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