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Old 08-03-2005, 09:57 AM   #11
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Off topic for you Blondie.

Harvard was my older sonís second choice; thank G-d he got into his first choice college. But here is an advice work hard in school, it is the only way. He took all advanced classes, played sports and music, was in the midst of all activities in the school, oh yeah he still managed to give me hard time with drugs, alcohol and most of all with girls, lots of them. How he managed all of this I donít know. So work hard, and please do not give your folks hard time. Not everybody is as gifted (thank G-d for that) as he is, not everybody can handle it. But as Iíve told him many times, Iíll tell you too. School is only few years of your life, if you work hard, do the right thing, get into a good college and get good education, you will be able to play the rest of your life, and thatís much-much longer than few years of school. Good luck.

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Old 08-03-2005, 10:25 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Barbara L

We got out at the end of May, then I taught summer school during June, so I just had July off. I know people out in the "real world" are thinking that is a lot, but believe me, teachers need that time! Plus it isn't all spent loafing. A lot of it is taken up with lesson plans and getting the room ready for the next class. Not to mention the classes I am taking now to get my Master's Degree. I want more time off!!!!!!!!


Barbara, I agree that teachers need the summer break as much if not more than the kids do.

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