Friday, August 14, 2015

Five for Friday

Happy Friday!


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I've been working hard on my entrance and ext slips, and I'm starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I'm only on chapter 5 (out of 15), but it going a little more quickly (and I'm over the graphing horror of chapter 4!).
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Last week, my state had an educator summit (right in my town-very convenient for me!). I was with the two elementary principals, two teachers from the other elementary school and our new superintendent.

It was a great three days, and I got a lot of useful info, but my biggest takeaway was this.

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I had a dentist appointment this week, and on the way back home, I stopped at outlets (since they were kind of on my way home :).

Somehow, I've lost inches or some weight, and my pants aren't fitting very well anymore, so I stopped at LOFT outlet and picked up a new outfit!
Unfortunately, I'm in between sizes in petite pants, so I had to go regular, and will need to hem them.

I also ordered a new dress, using a gift card that I had from returning a last year.
Colorblock A-Line Poplin Dresses, Cotton Poplin Split Scoop Neck Dresses , A-line dresses, Above knee length dresses, cap sleeve dresses, Colorblock Dresses, cotton dresses, Eggplant Dresses, elastic smocked dresses, machine wash dresses, midweight dresses, plus size dresses, pocket dresses, poplin dresses, pre-shrunk dresses, princess seamed dresses, scoop neck dresses, woven poplin dresses
I hope it fits!
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Of course, I needed a new pair of shoes as well. :)

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I also spent this week in my classroom setting up (or as much as I can without having my shelves fixed!)
Not showing the ugliness of the shelves-since 1/4 of them are missing and stuff is scattered everywhere-I'll show you when it's all fixed!
Right now I have 22 on my list-my biggest class yet! (Our school usually has 16-20 in a class) I do have a little more to do, but that can wait until the PD days before school starts :)

Smiles and Sunshine,

1 comment:

  1. That is so true about teachers needing to support each other and create a culture of adult learning. I've worked in two locations, one where we were never asked for input and one where we are constantly working together to make positive changes. It makes such a difference!


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