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Suspicious

Daniela A. Robles Uncategorized

The countdown is on…13 teaching days until our purpose for educating reaches the pinnacle…AIMS. Budget cuts are looming. 1.3 million dollars in cuts to be exact. And yet, the topic that is keeping me up at night has to do

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Attack of the Pink Slime

Donnie Dicus Uncategorized

Yes, it's true. This is not an ad for some wacky horror movie. The pink slime is coming to a school cafeteria plate near you! http://news.yahoo.com/parents-sizzle-over-pink-slime-us-school-meals-135633242.html And it apparently has people fuming if you believe the comments on some of

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I am not a star!

Donnie Dicus Uncategorized

At least not in the literal sense. Some days I do feel like a rock star or an all-star and maybe even a superstar. But a star is something that I can count on every night to shine in the

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Changing of the Guard

Donnie Dicus Uncategorized

My district is currently in the search for a new superintendant. Our beloved superintendant is retiring this summer. (Thank you, Dr. Balentine, for your years of service! Your leadership has been incredibly inspiring especially through these very trying last few

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What Inspires You?

Jen Robinson Uncategorized

A few days ago I was having dinner with two friends. As we prepared for an upcoming presentation a simple question was raised: What has inspired you this year? I am inspired by the teachers I work with every day.

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Bad Word

Julie Torres Uncategorized

Words only have the power that we give them.  Consider the two words professional and unprofessional.  Professional can have several definitions, it is said that a person who is a professional is an expert at their work.  This definition leads

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