Saturday, May 18, 2013

All Most Done!

Wow!  I haven't posted in two months!   I work at an 'Alternative Education" High School where kids work at their own pace earning credits.  The last 3 months of school are the WORST!  The designated seniors are asking over and over, how many credits do I have to finish now... how about now... they sound like that old Verizon commercial!  The classroom I am in has 22 computers and 2 teachers.  We have about 6 subjects being taught at one time all on a computer based learning system.  Its a lot of work for the lead teacher. At this point I cannot wait for these last three weeks to finish.  And then, of course two weeks into the summer I miss the kids terribly... I vow to remember THAT feeling during these last few weeks.

11 comments:

  1. I have missed reading your blog posts! So glad you are back :) Good luck these last days! You are amazing :)

    Amelia
    wherethewildthingslearn

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  2. I check your blog all the time for lots of good stuff to use in class. I totally get the busyness of this time of year. Thanks for sharing your talents! I can't wait to see what you will unveil for us:)

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  3. I have been missing your "doodles". Our kids have 7 1/2 days left and we (teachers) have 9 1/2 days. Best wishes for a smooth ending to your school year.

    Evelyn

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  4. Bless your heart! I have been checking on your blog frequently and I'm glad to know you are alright, just busy. Looking forward to more adorable KPM Doodles soon!!!

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  5. You can do it!! We are glad you are back though and look forward to more of your uh-mazing doodles when you have the chance! :)

    Blessings,
    Becca
    First Grade in Foxwell Forest

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    Read-Write-Create

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