To whom it may concern:
The unfortunate passing of our beloved former principal, Mrs. Louise Milner, has recently come to the attention of the Bolsa Grande faculty and students. Her unexpected death has led to the availability of the position of principal. Although her guidance and leadership has led Bolsa Grande to remarkable improvements, it is time for a new era to take place at the school. It is time for a prestigious and notable person much like Mr. David Cho to assume the role. As one of his former students, I am highly recommending him for the job.
Graduating from UC Irvine, Mr. Cho received a math degree and minor in psychology. As a teacher of Bolsa Grande for sixteen years, Mr. Cho has acquired an extensive amount of experience. He has taught a wide range of math classes from Algebra 2/Trigonometry to Calculus and in addition, participated in several extracurricular activities such as coaching for the tennis teams and advising for the Math and Japanese clubs. He possesses the necessary knowledge and experience to facilitate a high school.
Over the years, hundreds of students have had the pleasure of having Mr. Cho as a teacher. Some students may find that his class is exceedingly difficult; however, it offers them a challenging course that leaves them with a sense of accomplishment at the end of the school year and new knowledge that they will carry with them throughout the rest of their lives. His assignments prepare students for future rigorous classes, much like those in colleges, by laying a