Last Day of School Highs and Lows

15 Jun

Well, we (my fellow teachers) finally made it!  Last day of school, whaaaat?

So here we goooo!

Highs: It was the last day of school. Duh

Low: I tried to take a picture of me jumping for joy, but alas it did not work.

High:  The PTA at school made us a pretty kick ass lunch.  Seriously.  There was pulled pork, lettuce wraps, ham, and so much fruit!  It was pretty amazing. 

High:  We watched the fifth grade graduation on closed circuit TV.  When the students walked across the stage, the principal announced what they would like to do with their lives. 

It’s amazing (in a good way) that children think that they can make the world better with kindness, laughter, and a smile. 

High: This video.  If you ever wondered what my life is like in first grade.  It’s kinda like this.

Low: I watched the first class I taught graduate today.  Now, I don’t get to see them everyday.

High: There are now on to middle school and bigger and better things. 



Oh and this…


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