Monthly Archives: June 2019

Day 188 (of 187) based on a true story

Day 188 (of 187) based on a true story

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Day 187 (of 187) every school year has its song

Day 187 (of 187) every school year has its song Just like there is a “song of the summer” I find there is always a song that resonates with my time in a school. It’s also why it is so … Continue reading

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Day 186 (of 187) “do you have a minute?” No…but yes…

Day 186 (of 187) “do you have a minute?” No…but yes…     The final week of school is always hectic. Year end assembly planning. Video editing. Report card reading/efolio reviewing. Planning how to say goodbye to students moving on … Continue reading

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Day 185 (of 187) reading end of year comments

Day 185 (of 187) reading end of year comments One of the jobs of a principal is to review summative reports – whether for eportfolios or for report cards. I’ll be honest and admit I like reading them…or at least … Continue reading

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Day 184 (of 187) my prethink of Sunday June 23 #bcedchat on summer reading and learning: @katiewhite426 @brewerhm @GRRMspeaking @howardstern

Day 184 (of 187) my prethink of Sunday June 23 #bcedchat on summer reading and learning: @katiewhite426 @brewerhm @howardstern I always love overthinking my summer reading. Is it time to reread @GRRMspeaking because the next ten months will (finally😜) see … Continue reading

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Day 183 (of 187) a thank you tea

Day 183 (of 187) a thank you tea Our “strawberry tea” is a chance to thank the many people who step up and make our learning community vibrant. It is hard to be specific because people will be missed by … Continue reading

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Day 182 (of 187) reconciliation not just a good thing, but a “must”

Day 182 (of 187) reconciliation not just a good thing, but a “must” Wednesday was a good day. Our schools remedy teacher has been working with a grade 6/7 class on a difficult topic: residential schools. A topic that makes … Continue reading

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