Day 126 (of 183) welcome back!

Day 126 (of 183) welcome back!

Spring break is done. We’re all back for the final third of the year…..as the theme to Welvome Back Kotter sings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZzEzDkeHzI

Welcome back, 

Your dreams were your ticket out. 


And indeed quite often people dream about what spring break will bring – usually a mix of sleep and travel. This is the first year we did a stay-cation (with the exception of a hotel stay for our youngest girls first soccer tournament) but usually, dreams show more an can be achieved – and indeed I didn’t complete nearly as much as I hoped for. But there’s always ‘the next break’…



Welcome back, 

To that same old place that you laughed about. 
And I always hope that our learning community has a place in everyone heart that has an element of humour. Some days more so than others….!

Well the names have all changed since you hung around, 

But those dreams have remained and they’re turned around. 
As much as the theme song is talking about a student returning as a teacher, for spring there’s always some new faces moving in and around – and sadly not enough of the ‘spring break moves’ are done for positive reasons. 
Who’d have thought they’d lead ya (Who’d have thought they’d lead ya) 

Back here where we need ya (Back here where we need ya) 
I do love hearing the stories from my staff who spend much of their ‘off time’ being leaders in education….because that’s what we want and need: a community of educational leaders. 
Yeah we tease him a lot cause we’ve got him on the spot, welcome back,

Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back.
The final third of the year kind of puts us all ‘on the spot’ because next stop is the break that leads to a transition in grade/classroom/school and we all want to build tools that will lead to ongoing success. 
Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back.

Welcome back. It’s go-time!

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About technolandy

Educator in BCs Sunny Shuswap Pushing 'technologization' in education: blending technology and curriculum seamlessly. Advocate for better understanding of Anxiety in Education (and use of self-regulation) Utilizing ePortfolios & Descriptive Feedback
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