It’s Thanksgiving Day, and just like every year, we would like to take some time to reflect and show our appreciation for all the reasons we should be grateful for here at Mayco School of English.

In line with this spirit, we want to start by appreciating the great effort every one of our students makes day after day to strive in excellence. We are absolutely thankful for the enthusiasm, noise, mistakes, creativity, passion and joy we get to see in our learners throughout the year. They are the very core of everything we do here at Mayco School.

Secondly, we are truly thankful for the school-parents partnership which constantly and enthusiastically shows its support to any initiative or activity we develop here in our school.
We are thankful for all of you, our families, who day after day continue to share your most valuable possessions with us and advocate to be part of your children’s education, safety and well-being. We appreciate you and the many ways you support our community, and we understand that without mutual communication, respect and dedication we wouldn’t be able to achieve the goals we set ourselves every year.

“There is no doubt that it is around the family and the home that all the greatest virtues, the most dominating virtues of human, are created, strengthened and maintained.”
Winston Churchil

We can’t finish without showing our absolute gratitude to all our teachers and staff who not only work incredibly hard to bring rigorous, relevant, and innovative learning to our students every day, but are also committed to partnering with the community in developing our students to be creative, respectful and participative citizens. We are thankful for all of you, teachers, assistants, secretaries, lunchroom aides, maintenance and leaning crew, support staff and administrators who really care about every single one of our students and have their best interests at heart. We thank your passion to cultivate an open and positive school climate.

“Individual commitment to a group effort. That is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.”
Vince Lombardi

So, on behalf of everyone here at Mayco School of English, we would like to wish you all a truly Happy Thanksgiving, and once more show our absolute gratitude for being part of this family.

Thank you,
thank you
and thank you…