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May 26, 2011

 

To Whom It May Concern:

It is a privilege to write a letter of recommendation for Nicole Lanza.  In the two years that I have known Nicole, she has been a pleasure to have in class.  Nicole was patient and helpful to her classmates and teachers, and willing to go the extra mile on her projects. Nicole learns quickly, has a good attitude, and is responsible and organized.  As you can see from her resume, Nicole has extensive technical skills and she has work experience. 

Nicole has proven repeatedly to be an incredible young woman.  She has outstanding web and graphic design ability.  Nicole is a model student in many ways and is well respected by her peers, and teachers.    

Sincerely,

 

Angela D. Barker
Business & Office Technology Teacher

May 16, 2011

To Whom It May Concern,

I am pleased to write this letter in recommendation of my student, Nicole Lanza. Nicole has been in my Senior English class for the last nine months, during which time I have observed her strong work ethic, excellent character, astute observations, and commitment to engaging in quality, meaningful work. 

Nicole is a quiet student, which means that she does not often take the opportunity to shine; however, in her writing, I see that she thinks critically about important issues and analyzes problems and situations with thoughtful intent.

In terms of academic integrity, Nicole is above reproach.  She has excellent time management skills and works collegially with others in group situations, assuming responsibility as needed and contributing to group processes and products. Nicole has the academic ability, dedication, and character to be an asset to any organization.

Thank you for the opportunity to recommend this delightful student. Please feel free to contact me with any further questions at stephanie.smith@montgomery.kyschools.us.


Sincerely,
Stephanie Smith
Stephanie Smith
English Teacher, Montgomery County High School
Teacher Consultant, National Writing Project