School starts tomorrow. We have extra breaks during the school year, and the regular breaks that other schools have are longer for us. It’s nice to have those times off, but we pay for them with a shorter summer.
I’ve been back in my classroom for more than a week now. My work started slowly, but I’ve been getting better as I’ve gone along. My room was ready yesterday. Today is for getting papers and handouts ready. I’m also making lists of things I want to say on the first day.
Of course, part of my classroom preparation has been putting up a new bulletin board. My school doesn’t have a Bible verse for each year. I should suggest that. Instead, I looked for this year’s Lutheran Schools Week verse. It’s 1 Thessalonians 5:16-24. Here’s my take:
I love your bulletin board! The caps on the very last line are brilliant, too. God’s To-Do list is done. Excellent!
I’m sorry for your short summer. Thank you very much for spending part of it in Seward! Does your ‘tomorrow’ mean today? If so, have a great first day!
I always try to write in present tense, even though I type my posts before I go to bed because of the time difference. Tomorrow (Thursday) is my first day.
Great board! GOD does the work, and we receive. Excellent!
Happy school year! Awesome motivational board! Go kids! Go teacher!