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What do you see when you look at this? I used to just see a hard wood floor, one that typically needs cleaning. A hard wood floor that I try my best to keep dry when both two footed and … Continue reading
When the state that you live in makes the national news, especially in these times, you can be pretty confident that it is not a good thing. This along with a virtual town hall hosted by my school district’s superintendent … Continue reading
Last Saturday Ellie, our neighbor came over. Her twin’s dance class started up again and the class only allows one parent and no siblings to go, in order to keep the number of people small. We have been allowing the … Continue reading
Working from home as a third grade teacher can lead to some unexpected moments.
I was home sick from work Friday. This means that on Thursday night I had to: put in for a guest teacher, write sub plans (giving as clear of directions as I could in my feverish state on all the … Continue reading
The last week of school before winter break can be a tough one if you are a school teacher. Most the students are excited about the upcoming holidays and the time off school. There is a sense of waiting that … Continue reading
My first two years of teaching, I worked with a population that was overwhelmingly high-needs. The entire district was Title I, meaning that greater than 95% (I don’t know the exact percentage, but it was in the high nineties) qualified … Continue reading
Tomorrow is the first day back to school. Last night I was talking to Husband about how I will once again make the shift from the title of “mom” to that of “Mrs. M…” as I step back into the … Continue reading
To keep their brains in somewhat of a school mode, I conduct a summer school of sorts at our dining room table. Monday through Thursday for an hour or two in the morning the boys work on maintaining their reading, … Continue reading