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The First day of School – A Slice of Life Story

8 Sep

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“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”

― Joan Didion

I’m thinking that this will be a year full of learning, for my students and for me.

I’m looking forward to a fresh start and new challenges.

I see a lot of work ahead this year, but I am still excited.

I want every kid I see to love learning

I fear I might not achieve that goal.

As I set off to start my 27th year of teaching, I am amazed that I still love it this much and still have so much to learn. Someday, I hope to be as good as Mr. Keating and ask my students with confidence, “What will your verse be?”.

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