The school year is coming to a close and along with it the feelings of exhaustion, elation, relief, and bittersweet sadness that usually accompany these sorts of transitions for me. This year the whirlwind of the last days of school has been even stronger for me. I'm getting married the day after school ends. Crazy … Continue reading Hearing No and Saying Yes
It's a fair question. We're busy people. Busy teachers, busy administrators, busy staff. Change takes time and effort. Change can be scary and change can result in failure. But if we don't change, if we don't ask ourselves what we could be doing better, we start to stagnate. Things around us are moving. And if … Continue reading Why Change When We’re Doing All Right?
“Where would any of us be without teachers- without people who had passion for their art or their science or their craft and they loved it right in front of us?” -Mr. Rogers Next year will bring a new set of preps for me. I'll be teaching 7th and 8th grade (European and American) history. … Continue reading What Will Follow Me