One week ago, I was visiting family for the Spring Break school holidays. As we drove to church, the skies were thinking about clouding up, and the wind was beginning to whip. During services, it steadily darkened, and the sky grew angry.
What an incredibly long first day it has been. I’m sure the students are all exhausted. We have a lot of things on our plate over the next few weeks. Here’s a quick overview. THIS WEEK: Monday – ACT Coach lessons 9 & 10; time to work on dialectical journals Tuesday – ACT Coach lessons […]
Here we are, April 1st. The first day of Camp NaNoWriMo. It’s 6:44 PM. and I have written a grand total of…
On this day in 2000, then-Governor Paul Patton signed the Kentucky Pledge of Allegiance into law. My fourth period was stunned to learn of the Pledge’s existence. Do you know it? I pledge allegiance To the Kentucky flag, And to the Sovereign State For which it stands. One Commonwealth, Blessed with diversity, Natural wealth and beauty, […]
Before I share our class schedule for the next few weeks, I do have a request. If possible, please take a moment to fill out this survey about reading comprehension. Your responses are anonymous, and I will be using them for my National Board portfolio entry. The website address is: http://tinyurl.com/nbctreadcomp In Class This Week: […]
It’s almost April, and that means we’re just days away from the start of Camp NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo, for those of you not in the No (sorry, couldn’t help it), means National Novel Writing Month.