February 14

Emely Martinez
Candy, flowers, heart-shaped notes- what’s not to like about Valentine’s Day? This sweet celebration, which happens every year on February 14, is all about spreading the love. Here are some of our favorite teachers sharing with us their own way of celebrating:
– Mr. Robles: “Although I don’t think of it as an important holiday, I like to take my significant other out to dinner and hand out stuffed animals to my children. I don’t consider it a tradition, but I like doing it every year out of love.”

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– Ms. Lewis: “Valentine’s Day is every day. However, on the specific day, I like to give candy to my students and also call my children and tell them how much I love and care for them.”

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– Mr. Gallardo: “I celebrate with my wife and daughters. I like to get them flowers, chocolate, teddy bears and finally go for dinner. I don’t consider it a “big holiday”, in fact birthdays are more important to me but it’s all out of love.”

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