Teachers form a vital part of the formative years of life. They not only impart knowledge pertaining to text books, but much more beyond that. They are the real mentors of life, who guide us to achieve all our goals. Teachers deserve appreciation as well as respect. To serve the purpose, different countries have reserved a particular day, to commemorate teachers and express gratitude to them. The occasion is known as Teacher's Day, which is celebrated in myriad ways. If you want to make the day special for your teachers, you may throw a party for them.
So, come up with a fool-proof plan for your Teacher's Day party. First, you need to figure out how many guests should be invited to the party. While making the guest list for your class' Teacher's Day party, make sure that you have included the names of all the teachers of your class, the Principal, the students and parents of every student of your class. The choice of inviting parents for the party would depend upon the budget formulated for the same - if you want to throw a lavish party, then you may invite all the parents. In case if you want to make it a small get together, you may either avoid inviting the parents to the party or cut-short your expenses for the celebrations, so that everyone is satisfied.
If the Teacher's Day party is organized on behalf of the students of the entire school, then the guest list would include all the teachers, as well as the aforementioned invitees. For the purpose, you would want a comprehensive list of the guests of the party. Assign volunteers from your class, to make a survey of the names of the students and their parents. Make a list of the number of teachers in the faculty and then formulate your budget, accordingly. In addition to the teachers and the students, other people in the staff should also be included.
Do not forget to include a respond letter in each invitation. This is important, because not all the guests might turn up. To announce their presence or absence from the party, they would require a respond letter, in which they can write about their decision. So, while making the guest list for your Teacher's Day party, you would also have to keep a check on the respond letters. If any invited person communicates that he/she won't be able to attend the party, strike off the person's name from the guest list. This will help you know exactly how many people will come to the party and you can make the arrangements accordingly.