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Old 08-08-2005, 09:39 PM   #31
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And crewsk you can be comfortable knowing that she is with people who care about her and who have her best interests at heart (thats how I teach anyway) I am glad when my children love school cause it means I am doing my job properly.
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Old 08-09-2005, 08:35 AM   #32
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Crewsk, I can imagine how sad it is. But on the bright side she has great parents! ANNNNNNND...... you can use that food dicer thingy you won at the Cafe!

Thanks Sushi! Oh, I used it last night to grate some parmesan cheese!


Mrsmac, how true! Since TC is at the same school as Savannah, it has given me a chance to get to know a lot of the teachers & admin. On registration day, several of TC's past teachers told me that they would be looking out for Savannah too. I know they have their own students but everyone really go's out of their way to make sure all the kids are happy & learning. It's a really great & caring school! I'm sure your students parents appreciate all your hard work with their children. Teachers really do make a big difference in a child's life. I thank all of our teachers here for that!
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Old 08-09-2005, 09:18 AM   #33
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My shoulders always available Crewsk. We have open house the night before so we can meet the teacher and others that will be in the class........I'm sure I'll be a wreck by the time thats over with. The toughest part will be walking him to school the first day, leaving him there, and making the journey back home by myself.
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I know it will be Sizz! My car still feels so empty after I drop the kids off at school If hubby hadn't been holding my hand that first day as I walked back to the car I wouldn't have made it. I have to keep telling myself that hey have to grow up sometime. It's one of the hardest things to have to keep reminding myself of though.
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This is my 3rd and last time I'll have to experience this thankfully. Haven't had to do it in a very long time though. Oldest will be a freshman in college, middle is starting high school........so its been a very long time. As sad as it makes me thinking i won't have him to hang out with i'm excited for him. Personally, I'm currently looking for a new job......so that should ease my empty syndrome.
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