The First Day of School

It’s 8:01, and I am sitting in my classroom on the first day of school. My new students will enter my room in about forty-five minutes.

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There are sticky notes with numbers on every desk. There are Do Nows with seating charts on the back. The Do Now is posted on the Smartboard. The objective is posted. The schedule is posted. The homework is posted. I’ve prayed for my students and for myself and for all teachers – especially ACE teachers on their very first day.

Everything is as ready as it will ever be.

But strangely, when I think about how I want my students to react to their first day of English class with me, and although I’m a little ashamed to admit it, all I can think of is Michael Scott:

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  1. Jeff Walker

    All the best to you and your students as you embark on a new school year Maura. As for the Michael Scott (great) quote: Why not? 🙂

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