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#SOLC21 – Day 24 – Somedays are Dumpster Fires

Holy. Hell. Our schedule has been tweaked this year because of Covid and we have a 12:20 dismissal on Wednesday to work with online students which has been a pleasant surprise. The day didn't start well at home, and progressed... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Grace? What Grace?

First and foremost, this blog doesn't not in any way shape or fashion about my school district. In fact, I've never been more thankful to work in a district like ours, one where we have been proactive from Day 1... Continue Reading →

Friday Thoughts: Trust

Today in class, we had a real life experience with trust. #uhoh We have impulsive boys. I know, shocking, right (we also have impulsive girls, so let it be🙂)? As with almost every year, I look at my class list,... Continue Reading →

Just Breathe #SOL18

Well, I've missed my last two Friday blogs, not for lack of trying, but for lack of energy. Last week, I was in bed at 8:30, and it's been 9:30 for a while now. I don't have a TV show... Continue Reading →

#SOL17 Challenge – Day 6 – Irritation

My word of the day: irritation. I'll say right now, this is not the most positive of posts for Monday, so if you are looking for motivational or uplifting, there's nothing to see here. I'm irritated because I've got students... Continue Reading →

A Reflection of Inspirations

Why hello blog! It's been a while, hasn't it? It's that time of year where it's hard to find the time, energy, or even courage to write something. I spent all of last month, writing each day for the Slice... Continue Reading →

“What Are you Going To Do To Inspire Students?”

I just finished reading this great blog post by Terry Heick titled "What Are You Going To Do To Inspire Students?"  It's a very thoughtful piece that really doesn't answer that question for us, just poses it for us to... Continue Reading →

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