Monthly Archives: January 2011

Dr. Timony January 2011

It has been a pretty relaxing month with the snow days, salting, shoveling, doctor visits, traction, medication, and occasional trips to the emergency room. On a Saturday night at home I like to sit at the desk in the living … Continue reading

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Sean Ram January 2011

Wow January has flown by very very quickly. It has been a whirlwind month, returning from Christmas break, having two new students to get caught up and settled and best of all becoming a little more connected to the world. … Continue reading

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Phillip Cummings January 2011

It’s filing season in my office as I prepare for upcoming federal monitoring. The stuff on the floor has to be copied several more times then dropped in various files. Tennessee legislators passed new parent engagement guidelines last summer so … Continue reading

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Pam Franklin January 2011

After being gone for about 2 months, I think my desk looks pretty good! One of my sirens disappeared during my absence, and no one will own up to the kidnapping. The binders behind my desk are my Special Ed … Continue reading

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Jerrid Kruse January 2011

The “other” side of academia: research.

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Yoon Soo Lim January 2011

Our 4th and 5th graders learned and sang “Dona nobis pacem” (translated Latin: Grant us Peace) this morning to remember the victims of Arizona shooting. We remember them. We hope and sing for peace.

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Roberto Greco January 2011

I had the chance to take the “my desk is wherever I am” concept on the road again this month. Here you see some of the students who accompanied colleagues and me to EdCampOC over the weekend. They’re sitting next to me … Continue reading

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