Category Archives: Spring

Sound Bites of Behavior

By this point, the nerves are gone about ‘restarting’. There are still daily issues but now that rhythm has been established, it’s time to revisit addressing behaviors of students in person. There has to be something to be said for … Continue reading

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Spring brings change and hope. Spring also brings allergies, more conversations about school appropriate relationships between students, and potentially for some students, moving on to the next campus. What Is Waiting On the Other Side? By now the next campus … Continue reading

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The Road to the End (of the Year)

We’re back! You might have thought we were taking a vacation. But that’s not what spring break really gives us a chance to do. First, we released two new items on our Teachers Pay Teachers Store. Because both of these … Continue reading

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The Spring Time Slide

It was Alfred Lord Tennyson who noticed that spring time shifts thoughts. And in school, no matter how many of inches of snow or sleet stand between students and the outside, spring changes the tenor of campus. It’s not just … Continue reading

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