Speaker 1: Okay. Last thing before you leave. I have something for each of you. I like to start the school year thinking about my students before I even meet them. And so I write a pledge to them about the kind of teacher I want to work towards being for them. I print that out. I hand-write their name, hand-write my name, put it in an envelope, hand-write their name on it and give it to them. You don't have to do anything with this other than read it. That's all there is to it.
Marcus. I've had students who have gone through the class come back and tell me how much that note caught their attention, that they were supposed to open up this envelope and inside there was this letter to them. Jonathan, here you go. I do think that there is some power, power in the idea that I am giving them this letter, that I was thinking about them before I met them. Riley. Thank you.