Back to the Future

Cheryl Redfield Uncategorized

 My students and I had a heart to heart yesterday. Everyday, looking into their eager faces, their eyes bright with anticipation, hands ready and bodies postured to work, I count myself one of the most fortunate people in the world.

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The Power of One

Daniela A. Robles Uncategorized

When I was in the classroom my goal was to make a difference in the lives of my students. Now, that my practice spans an entire school building, I strive to make a difference in the lives of my colleagues.

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Thank You Notes

Jen Robinson Uncategorized

Today’s blog was inspired by Jimmy Fallon’s book, Thank You Notes. The book is based on his TV show where he expresses gratitude for everything from the slow moving family walking in front of him on the sidewalk to the

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Friendly Fire

Cheryl Redfield Uncategorized

One of the greatest dilemmas, in this time of economic uncertainty, is how to determine what to keep and what to eliminate. Essentially, we need to support, sustain and strengthen what we believe will serve us well in the long

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What Parents Really Want to Tell Teachers

Alaina Adams Education, Elementary, Life in the Classroom, Parent Involvment, Social Issues, Teacher Leadership

Personal Facebook friends of mine know that, from time to time, I post links, blogs and overall feelings about the teaching profession in addition to the usual, daily things like, “Alaina Adams is eating Frosted Flakes right now.” On September

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