Expressing Distance Expectations For Our Families

As we begin a distanced year, it’s important to gear up for another whacky experience behind our webcams. We have to take into account what went well last year, and what really, really didn’t. My 5th grade team put together a quick presentation about expectations for students and parents. I’m hoping to share what weContinue reading “Expressing Distance Expectations For Our Families”

Self-Made Survival Concepts for Going Back-To-School from a Distance

As virtual doors are reopening over the next few weeks, I decided to create 10 “commandments” for myself. There is a need to start mentally preparing for a wacky beginning in an uncertain time. Some schools around the country have already started the process; my cousin in Tennessee has been Zooming since August 4th! (LordContinue reading “Self-Made Survival Concepts for Going Back-To-School from a Distance”

“Should We Send Kids Back to School?” (written by the guy who will teach them regardless)

A few days ago, I was mindlessly scrolling through social media when I stumbled across the next hot topic to debate in our society: Should kids go back to school?  I’m not a doctor, so I can’t really participate in the “mask” debate (which is basically just people yelling their personal preferences incessantly and obnoxiously).Continue reading ““Should We Send Kids Back to School?” (written by the guy who will teach them regardless)”