Farewell Message To Students By Principal

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Farewell Message To Students By Principal

1. I gathered you here today to say good-bye. I have come to the difficult and bittersweet decision that it’s time for me to move on. But before I go, let me say just a brief word about what it has meant to be your principal.
2. As your principal, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for the year together. It could be my last such speech, as I may be taking a new position at another school in the fall. So there’s no time like the present to deliver my thoughts on education and life as we know it.
3. Thank you for your time here at school. What a great year it was. I wish you all the best for wherever you go on to.  But please know that you will be greatly missed by myself and your teachers. Be sure to write and let us know how you are doing, we would love to hear from all of you! Stay safe and God Bless!
4. Christopher Evan’s life is short, I know it, Chris knows it. Still he lives a happy and humorous life. This is not a farewell message to my student because this indeed isn’t a farewell yet. Farewell to the students that let themselves down first of all, their parents, their teachers, the school and their town which they represent.
5. You have been the highlight of my career. I’ll never forget the memories we’ve shared over my 25 years at your school. You were always a joy to be around – sometimes difficult, but so much fun! I wish you nothing but success in the future. Best of luck in life.
6. Students, I am thankful that you have chosen to spend the last few years of your education here at Southwest High. I wish you all success in life and hope that the important values we have instilled in you will guide you well into your futures. These next few months will be a time of change for many of you as you move on to college or new jobs. We want each one of you to remember what you have learned here. Dedication, responsibility, discipline and perseverance are all important…
7. Consider this your formal notice – I’ll be retiring in a couple of weeks. It’s been a pleasure working with most of you and I wish you the best as you go forth into your future endeavors!
8. It’s hard to express how proud me and the staff are of all the hard work you guys have done and how amazing you have all been this year. I am going to miss each and every one of you and wish all the best for your futures. Thanks for all your hard work guys, I hope high school is what you want it to be!
9. It has been an honor to live and work here on this little island. I have built lasting friendships with many of you during my tenure. You are all a part of the most special community on the planet, which I will truly miss. My best wishes go out to each and every one of you as you face your future.
10. Always keep your heads up high, maintain a healthy mood at all times. The greatest reward comes to those who leave their homes and lands to seek knowledge elsewhere. This [institution] has been able to open knowledge to you, but the tests are not over yet. Now it is your turn to do as you have been taught. Apply yourself, take every step seriously, get involved with volunteer work and tasks and you will be rewarded in the end.
11. To the students: as a principal of a school i just want to say that i am very proud of each and every one of you. i look forward to seeing you all again soon in your next grade level.
12. Dear Students, I hope you all had a good year, and will continue to work hard in the future. I want to let you know that you are my pride and joy, without you guys we would have no school. I wish you the best of luck in the future and graduate with honors.
13. It’s been a pleasure watching you grow this year, and it’s been my honor to serve as your principal. The education you receive here at John F. Kennedy High School will open many doors for you, and I encourage you to go out and grab hold of your future. I may not see you every day when classes start back up, but I’ll still be around if ever you need me. Best wishes for a great year ahead!
14. As I prepare to leave this school, I would like to take a moment to share some heartfelt thoughts with you. You’ve been an amazing bunch of kids and have taught me more than I could ever hope to teach you. As I move on to the next chapter in my career, I leave knowing that without a doubt, the future of this school is in good hands. It is now up to you all to rise above the challenges at hand and succeed.
15. You have been the best students ever! I have enjoyed every minute knowing you. You are all so bright and friendly. I know whatever you do in life great things will happen for you because each of you has a special light within you. Just remember, if someone tells you no, to ask why not. LOVE can cure almost anything!
16. I want to thank each and everyone of you for sharing your love, thoughts, advice and support during my final academic year. This has been such a special time with you all and I will never forget everything we have accomplished together as faculty. You are all one of a kind, special individuals who have made such a difference in my life. College is an unforgiving place, but you are going to succeed into your bright futures. I am more than confident that each of you will go far and accomplish a whole lot in life.
17. It has been my privilege to work with you all. I leave you with the words of a great man, but it is my hope that you will remember them. You see I have always believed that if you can’t say something good about someone, don’t say anything at all. He was right.
18. Thank you for everything this year! I have been so very pleased with the school and our students. We have a few projects that we will be completing, but otherwise the building is in excellent condition. The carpets need a good cleaning, but in total it is all together ready for our next group of students. I will be coming back at the end of the summer to finish up any projects and check on the building, so if you ever have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
19. I love my students, I love my job and I love you. There is a special place in my heart for each of you. Always remember how much every one of you means to me, and how much I am always here if you need me. If there is one thing that I want each of you to walk away with after you leave my class it is this: Everyone has a story to tell… I will miss each and everyone of you very, very much. Thank you!
20. The end of the year marks the end of students. But I have a message for each and every one of you. Don’t worry about what are you going to be. Just be happy in every second and enjoy everything around you as it comes. Good luck! Miss you guys!
21. Hello students. Today is the last day we will work together and I want to thank you all for the time we have been sharing in this high school. Thanks also for your constant support and smiles, even in the most difficult times. But now it’s time to say goodbye… as they say, all good things must come to an end, which is natural and expected. From today on, I will be a student among you… The teacher and mentor who taught me that the best things in life
22. Thank You for an unforgettable 3 years at Brandywine Elementary School. I will truly miss each and every one of you! The memories we have made will last a lifetime. I love you allguys!
23. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your lives this past year. I have immensely appreciated the opportunity to get to know each and every one of you in a more personal manner over the course of the year. In my heart, you are all much more than what you see on paper. You were created with an amazing purpose and I wish I knew what that purpose was. It is up to you to find out what that purpose is! Good luck, and make it happen.
24. It is with a sad and heavy heart that I tell all of you that this is my last year here at [School Name]. I have decided to take the principal job in another state and it’s best for us to move on. The past few years I have met so many great kids that I’ll never forget. Congratulations to all of you!
25. You, have my sincere and heartfelt thanks for all the help you gave me and for the support you gave throughout my time here. I will always remember all of you and I wish you all the best in your future lives wherever you end up.
26. I have always committed myself to help you become the best version of yourselves. To do this, I’ve had to learn a lot from each of you and from our school. Today I found something special on one of our desks and it really touched me. It was a drawing with my face on it. You could tell Victor had put a lot of effort into it, so I took it home and kept it with me at work.
27. In life, it is our choices that show what we truly are. And you have chosen to obey the school rules and to respect the rights of others. So now I am confident that you will be happy whatever you do. Congratulations on a job well done, and best wishes in all your future undertakings.
28. Everyone, I say goodbye to. I am a person who is shy and quiet. I always hold back in speaking English. But with you guys, i can go out of my shell and became more confident as a person.
29. As your principal and leader, I am always here when I’m needed. In times of celebration or in times of distress, you know that you can count on me for anything. Thank you for all the years you’ve committed to this school, and I am proud to earn my last paycheck from you. Best wishes to each of you as you move on to new chapters in your life!
30. I don’t want to write in this book, but it’s that time to say goodbye. I have encouraged you from the bottom of my heart, with a little bit of help from yours truly. I couldn’t ask for better students. As you go off into the big world, be confident about your abilities. I believe in each and every one of you and wish you nothing but success in your future endeavors. Love Mrs. Connors
31. Farewell! To Students! With the sound of the cold wind, and the autumn leaves covering the sky. Everyone is sad to say goodbye! The scent of the withering flowers, and the aroma of fries in your nose. Watching others leave first, makes you want to cry; but remember that there are many things that have to be done today.

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