Whoever said that teacher's have the summer's off are cra cra!
Here is my summer schedule:
- One week of Common Core Training
- Week long Cruise with the Girls (that's my one sanity break)
- Ten days in Texas for my Sister's Wedding
- Four days of VIMS/gradebook manager training in July
- Five days with the kids at Fort Wilderness (hubby doesn't go so that's like work)
- One day of VSET training in August
- Two more days of VIMS/gradebook manager training in August
- Paint my kitchen (it has been the same color for 20 years)
- Pack up my classroom after 20+ years (this activity has to fit into any open space that I have)
I'm hoping to fit a day or two of relaxation in there, but those kind of days are looking slim.
Oh, and I know I left you hanging on my last post. Unfortunately, you still have to dangle for a little while longer.
I am not officially allowed to discuss my new position. I must remain undercover, incognito for a little while longer.
But believe me, I will let you know as soon as the muzzle has been removed. All I can tell you is that I am excited (with a touch of overwhelmed). After all, wouldn't you be overwhelmed if you were possibly leaving the classroom after 20+ years.
Which brings me to my next question, WHERE DO I PUT ALL MY STUFF?
I have accumulated quite a lot of loot after all these years. I don't want to just give it away just yet because of that underlining question...WHAT IF I END UP BACK IN THE CLASSROOM?
I need some suggestions. I don't have a garage and the room I will be moving to is a portable that doesn't have any storage.
I have been looking on pinterest for some ideas but really haven't seen anything that makes me go "Yes, that's it! That's what I will do."
So, if there are any teachers out there that have experienced this problem... Please share your ideas with me. I would love to hear from you.
In the meantime, I will try to keep up with my hectic "summer vacation." At least I have my CRUISE WITH THE GIRLS next week. I am looking forward to a little "just for me" time.
Until next time, Happy Blogging!