Kaizen 1% Better Every Day
I would like to give a HUGE shout out to everyone who helped make sandwiches when the power went out. Dechelle
Thank you so much to everyone who has helped make my transition back to school easier than expected. It's been so nice to be greeted by smiling faces and hugs. I have missed my Lakeview family! Cindy B.
Thank you to my team for filling me in and keeping me afloat these last few days! Love y'all! Cindy B.
Gailanne, thank you for another amazing teacher preview and book fair! Laura
Shelly, Kimberly, Shannon, Beth and Sarah – thank you for switching lunch duty with kinder so we could enjoy lunch together. I appreciate you! Laura
Heather thank you for keeping us in the know with TELPAS! Laura
Many thanks to Renee and Andrea for being flexible with their schedules to allow for the third and fourth graders to rehearse on two "Friday's" in preparation for their programs on Open House! Patty
Special thanks to Renee who so graciously runs the sound system for me and my programs - especially this Tuesday when everything that could have gone wrong did. Your support and help make me grateful beyond words. (Tears running down my face as I type this.) I appreciate you so much! You are a class act and a great friend. Bless you! Patty
Thank you to Penny B and Mary for tutoring our sweet kiddos in writing! They love working with you, and we are seeing HUGE improvements! Y’all are the best! Tami
A student asked, “What is an orgasm?” She misread ‘organism’.
During the author visit the author mentioned her husband had a bad habit of reading while watching TV. A first grader asked how does he do that. Another first grader replied, “easy, he has one eye on the book and one eye on the TV.”
Me: Amelia Earhart was the 16th woman to have her pilots license and 16 isn't very many.
Student interrupting: You're right it's 1 ten and 6 ones.
Student: Ms. ???
Students: This ball is rubbing on me in weird places and it feels kind of good.
Teacher: Oh… Maybe we should find a new spot now…