Republican Women’s group shares thank-you letters

Dear Mrs. Corbeille,

Thank you for a giving me a dictionary. It will be easy to look up words and definitions. I can also spell better.

Thanks,

Austin


Dear Louisiana Federation of Republican Women,

Thank you all for the dictionary. I really needed it. Now if the teacher says a word that I don’t know I can just look in my dictionary. Or if I am not sure how to spell a word I can look in my dictionary and find out how to spell it.

Sincerely,

Moriah


Dear Mrs. Corbeille,

I am a third grade student at Rudolph Matas Elementary school. I want to thank you for the dictionary. When I got home I look up words and see what they mean. I now am learning sign language for the past few weeks. I don’t think of a dictionary just as a bunch of words I think of it as a learning book! Thank you for the book.

Sincerely,

Heather


Dear Mrs. Corbeille,

I am a third grade student at Rudolph Matas Elementary school. I want to thank you for the Students Dictionary that you gave me. I use it when I do not know how to spell a word and a lot more. My class has work sheets that we do with the dictionary.

Sincerely

Alexis


Dear Mrs. Corbeille

I am a third grader in Rudolph Matas Elementary School. I want to thank you for the dictionary. It has more than just words, and I know more than I already knew. It even helps me in class. It was very generous of your organezan to do.

Sincerely

Juan


Dear Ms. Corbeille,

Thank you for the dictionary. I like this books so I read it all by myself. you ar a nice teacher. I read the dictionary with my family. I read with my fish. I read with my sister too. I like this book. You are the nicest teacher in the whole world.

Sincerely,

Brian

Harold Keller Elementary School, Metairie, Louisiana


Dear Republican Woman’s Club,

Thank you for the dictionary. I use it alot. It’s one of the best gifts you could of given me.

Sincerely,

Catherine

Harold Keller Elementary School, Metairie


Dear Republican Women’s Club,

Thank you for the dictionary. I appreciate it very much! In my spare time at home I read it. I sometimes play a map game with my friends.

Sincerely,

Mary

Harold Keller Elementary School, Metairie


Dear Republican Women’s Club,

I appreciate the dictionaries you gave us. It helps me study hard to pass third grade. Thank you very much.

Sincerely,

Austin

Harold Keller Elementary school, Metairie


Dear Republican Women’s Club,

thank you so much for the very neat dictionaries you gave us. I was very nice of you to do that for us. Now wherever I go I can look up a word that I want to know. Thank you so so much!

Sincerely,

Kelsey

Harold Keller Elementary school, Metairie


Dear Mrs. Corbeille

I want to thank you and the Republican Women’s club for my dictionary. My friends and I can play games with it, like we say a word and we have to find it in the book. We take turns. Who ever gets 2 or 3 points does it. It is so much fun. I’m so glad you gave us the dictionary. I never leave my dictionary at home. I allways bring it with me. Every morning we do it. I don’t want to stop doing it.

Your friend

Nable

Harold Keller Elementary school, Metairie


Dear Mrs. Betty Corbeille,

Thank you for giving the third grade 96 dictionaries. They will be able to use them for lots of things. Thank you for giving mrs. Gladhart’s entire homeroom a dictionary. The third grade will enjoy these dictionaries.

Sincerely,

Jaylen

Harold Keller Elementary school, Metairie


Dear Mrs. Corbeille,

Thanks for the dictionaries. They will help me learn words I don’t know. They will help us learn about different places you really are the best. You knew how much we needed them. I know they will make us smarter. Thank you for the dictionaries.

Sincerely,

Mary


Dear Mrs. Carbeille and The Republican Women’s Club of Jefferson,

Thank you for giving everybody a dictionary. That was very kind of you. I will use it everyday if I don’t know a word. I know how to use a dictionary, so that will be easy for me. Everyday I will grow smarter because I will have learned more words. You are very kind.

Sincerely,

Tiffany


Dear Republican Women’s Club,

Thank you for the dictionary because I cold not spell a word and now I can write a sentence with the dictionary. My dad uses it too and I use in math too.

Sincerely,

Daniel


Dear Mrs. Carbeille,

Thank you for the dictionary. I will use it all the time. It will be helpful when I dont know a word. Thank you again such a nice, thoughtful gift.

Sincerely

Daniel


Dear Mrs. Carbeille,

thank you for the dictionaries. I will use it for fourth grade. and during summer. I will use for helping my brother with his home work. I will love using my dictionary.

Sencerely,

Kloe


Dear Mrs. Betty Corbeille,

Thank you for the dictionaries. We will use them to help read. We will also use them to look up word we don’t know. The dictionaries can help us lean how to spell words. They are helpful for tests. Thank you so much for the dictionaries.

Sincerely,

Matilyn


Dear Mrs. Corbeille,

Thank you for the dictionaryies. I love to play shool and this is going to make better. My sister is going to love it. My mom is going to make me study. I am going to love to see them. I can read to understand. It makes you smarter and helps you to learn.

Sincerely,

Orone


Dear Ms. Corbeille and the Republican Woman’s Club of Jefferson,

I was so excited to hear that we were getting that very interesting dictionary. It will be much help for the higher grades. I have started reading about the planets already. I love your motto, "Up with words!" My dad said after I finish this dictionary I will be as smart as a scientist. Whenever I show somebody this dictionary they say "wow!" This is the best dictionary I have every seen!

Sincerely,

Breanna


Dear, Republican Women’s Group,

I would like to thank you for the dictionaries you donated to us. If I don’t know what a word means, the dictionary can always help. I really appreciated it.

Thanks,

Walter


Dear Republican Women’s Group,

I would like to thank for the dictionaries you donated to us. I really wanted to have a small dictionary with me if I get stuck with a word. Plus, over the summer, I could look up hard words, and see what they mean.

Maria