Tag Archives: school

That Takes Time (Leo the Late Bloomer)

I’m writing this from the parents’ lens, but read till the end, your teacher connection is right there.  I had lunch with a kindergarten teacher. We taught next door to each other for 23 years. We called ourselves sisters from … Continue reading

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Two Weeks

In the four weeks of kindercamp many of the four-year-olds from our early childhood program participate for the amount of time that fits their families’ schedule. The new children to kindergarten have similar options. The kinder teachers can also choose … Continue reading

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New Buildings, Old Questions, POV

Working in the same school environment for over 36 years, there have, of course, been bumps along the road; but now in hindsight, I realize that these experiences have shaped who I am and my outlook on life. I often … Continue reading

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Something About Summer

I usually write from a teachers’ perspectives in this road we call education. But today a quick post about a Facebook conversation from the parents’ perspective of summertime. A wonderful caring parent I know shared some of her thoughts about … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead

Wherever here is for you, it probably has not been easy to get there. But if it’s where you are happy and where it is you want to be, then it’s all been worthwhile; and if not, maybe it’s a respite … Continue reading

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HOPE #oneword2016

I have seen (and will probably see many more) tweets and blog posts from my Twitterverse about #oneword2016. It didn’t take long for me to realize that this year my #oneword must be HOPE. Hope that includes you and me. … Continue reading

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