Thank you staff, Dillan Ray
May 24, 2020
Dear Mr. Tucker,
First thing first let’s start with this: thank you. Thank you for pushing me to be better, and all the experiences that i have had because of you and your teaching. I never knew how much fun I could have by going to school. I’m not one that likes change and band was the one constant class I always looked forward to.
It was in fifth grade when I moved to West Hardin and the classes I was taking mostly were about things I have already learned so when I went to your music class it automatically became the best class of my day. I had a music class before so it wasn’t totally new, but the way you taught it was way better than the people that have tried before. I can’t believe that I had so much fun playing a recorder of all things than in sixth grade when we got to use a real instrument I knew right then, that’s what I wanted to do.
Now that I am at the end of my school career and I’m looking back at it while writing this letter I can’t imagine how it would have been without your teachings. I would be a completely different person. You pushed us to push ourselves to try harder. The people that I have met through band that I would not have met are great and will be in my memory for many, many years. Thank you, Mr. Tucker for all the experiences and life changing moments.