Day 37 (of 184) running in the halls?
Thump thump thump was the pounding of feet down the hallway at the end of the day. Unbelievable. A day with multiple teachers absent and the kids were running down the halls.
The danger of assumptions.
‘Cause it wasn’t a toc. It was an everyday teacher. And her kids weren’t running out of control. It was the end of a science/art hybrid lesson. And re kids loved it. Especially when I crossed my arms and have a frowny face.
I should’ve known it’d be that kind of day when the morning started with a fire truck arriving with all sirens blaring. There was no alarm going off, but they were turning into the parking lot. I was thinking heart attack, fake 911 call, but no – apparently one of my little darlings created a fire aware video and won a radio contest to be driven to school in a fire truck. Just when you assume you’ve got a good handle on what’s going on I your learning community….
Time to stop the assuming and get ready for our provincial pro-d day and do a final prep of my presentation ‘shifting gears’ for the BCPVPA Connecting Leaders conference tomorrow and Saturday. Days 38 & 38a of my 184 days of learning blog.