I have to start over. I really don't know why, but Wednesday, Thursday and Friday were just icky days. Maybe I'm just ready for a break as much as the kids are. After Literacy Night on Tuesday, the other science teacher, Mrs. Mike, was picked on by the other teachers all week. It seems that whenever a couple teachers go above and beyond, the others feel threatened. Some of them have been calling Mrs. Mike names for days. It makes me so angry! We're teachers! We should ALL be doing…Continue
I woke up in a bad mood today. I don't know why. I don't have a good excuse. I just didn't feel like getting out of bed, and I was grouchy when I finally did.
We've had a lot of heavy rain here, and the electricity went out during the night at school. The internet was slow (if it worked at all) all day, which just added to my general feeling of ick this morning.
My first period class, though, was wonderful as usual. Yesterday they wrote a play, acting out…Continue
As I had planned, I gave the student teacher in charge of our literacy night tomorrow night the little scarf I crocheted to be given away as a door prize. No biggie, I guess, but I hope whoever gets it like it and can use it once or twice.
I teach five classes during the day.
First period: 7th grade. I love this class. We have so much fun. The kids are very well behaved and enthusiastic.
Second period: Planning
Third period: 8th grade.…Continue
I'll start this 29-Day Giving Challenge (the first?) tomorrow. I've got one thing planned, but I'll be sure to look for any spontaneous opportunities as well. We're having a literacy night at school on Tuesday, and the student teacher who is organizing the project asked for donations of items for door prizes. Last night while listening to the audiobook of Cami's book a crocheted a quick scarf using our school colors. It's a very simple pattern, but hopefully someone will like it if they…Continue