Saturday, May 24, 2014

Celebrate--Paperwork?!?!?

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I'm linking with Ruth Ayres, and her weekly link up.  Read More about that here.



See this stack of paperwork?  All I need to do is have it filed for the students.  It's been analyzed, reported, saved, and shared.   

There are still 7 days of school left.  This means we get to work together in the last few days, and linger in our learning.  Instead of stacks and spreadsheets, I can focus on poetry and projects with the students!  

I'm hopeful the week is like the party/dinner/book club that you want to go on for just a little longer.  

(And my family at home won't have a crazy mom/wife dedicated teacher parked in front of her laptop all week.  They will get to have a more relaxing week as well.)  

I hope you are celebrating too!  

Joy!  
Kendra






  

7 comments:

  1. There is something magical about realizing the end is near. It's a long way off for those of us in NY, so it's fun to hear about those of us who are on the "early shift" as far as summer vacations!

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  2. Love hearing that the 'stack' is just for filing. For us, the final 2 weeks are coming, but for the core teachers, it'll be another week of writing evaluations. When I was there, it was like a journey through the year, but just takes a long time. Hope your family will get you back soon! Have a good weekend, too!

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  3. Here is to the days of summer when all can rejuvenate and reconnection with family can happen. Enjoy those last days of school!

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  4. EnJOY your last week!
    I laughed at the crazy mom/wife! I so get it!

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  5. Here's to finishing the paperwork and to poetry and projects that will fill the last days of school. Enjoy the bit more relaxed week.

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  6. Good luck and wishing you wonderful family time! We have so many roles as teachers/Moms/Wives - we all deserve to be a little crazy!

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  7. My summer officially started today! I just need to go back and pack up my room. Enjoy these last seven days! I love the thought of lingering in your learning!

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