Intel Students United for working together with Mr. Lee sign now

To Mr. Lee, thank you for your support and interest in our intel projects throughout the year. We, as your students, have spent many full days at the lab, treating it as our most crucial priority over the summer; even over SAT studying and other studies. Our time spent at the lab has been wrought with struggle and hardship, but we've persevered through almost all of it. Now, at the 11th hour, we ask you to sympathize with our situation. Many of us, if not all, have been derailed by failed experiments due to no fault of our own. Complications like poorly-made buffers have silently sabotaged days to weeks of experiments and samples. Conflictions between mentor schedules and our own have put halts to progress when new skills and techniques were necessary to learn. Results have been slow to obtain and even slower to confirm. Many weeks have been spent on one or two steps alone because experiments had to be tweaked over and over before a working formula for success could be repeated reliably. Other responsibilities outside the lab have soiled progress, like family matters SAT studying that simply had to be done. Even hurricanes Irene and Lee have did not help us write the rough draft any faster. can you imagine the anxiety of those among us with family in the gulf? We hope you understand that research this summer was no picnic, especially for us, but we never gave up and worked tirelessly regardless. We invite you to ease some the stress we seniors now face by slightly pushing back the due date of the intel paper rough draft to the following Monday so that we can have a few more solid days, uninterrupted by full length lab work, mishaps, or hurricanes, to finish up any missing sections and add last minute results. We fear that this accommodation may leave you with less time to grade and read our work, which is not a sacrifice we take lightly, but we feel that the difference in quality between work submitted on Friday and work submitted on Monday will be well worth the loss of a weekend of grading. We sincerely hope that what we ask for isn't beyond your feasible work load but if you believe you can comfortably grade the assignments without the help of that weekend, we encourage that you do. We do not see this letter as a petition. We do not wish to protest anything you've done or plan to do. We merely desire your help in turning in the best work we possibly can. Thank you for listening to our suggestion, and we all look forward to a successful and cooperative year together.

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