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Lorri



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Posted on Tue Aug 26, 2008 1:55 am  

When you have a child that is that well-adjusted that she can separate from mommy that easily, you have done a great job of parenting. She felt safe where she was and confident that you were returning----YAYY!
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Posted on Wed Aug 27, 2008 12:19 pm  

Oh yes. She is quite the nomad at times. Is school started in your area yet? Ours don't start till next week.
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Posted on Wed Aug 27, 2008 2:40 pm  

We start next week, but I (and the other teachers) are having our teacher orientation this week. The public schools in our area started 2 weeks ago.
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Posted on Thu Aug 28, 2008 12:47 pm  

Hows orientation going? My daughter has her outfits picked out for all school year...I swear.
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Posted on Fri Aug 29, 2008 12:58 am  

We had our CPR refresher course (BORING!) that we have to do every other year. It always takes up such a chunk of time (5hours) lthat we could be using working in our classrooms. I can remember getting all of my clothes ready just like your daughter. My nieces do the same thing---they are always completely coordinated!!!
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Posted on Fri Aug 29, 2008 1:02 am  

The only thing I am not understanding about this new school is why they haven't sent out their schedules. The old one use to do this. When I called they said she could have came to orientation and recieved it. I asked when it was and they said it had already passed. I never got anything in the mail or read anything in the paper saying that they were even having orientation.. I really miss her old school (it was mine too). It was a smaller school and I feel it really did offer more.
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Posted on Sat Aug 30, 2008 2:56 am  

Well, that would TICK me off---double check your address with the school office. Make a big enough stink and they will make sure you get your stuff next time.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:14 am  

They said they do not send letters. You have to check the internet sight or join PTA.
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Posted on Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:03 am  

Oh---brother. They are trying to implement that at our school. Right now they do both (online and paper information). The students and parents can already access grades online. Did you tell them that they should INFORM parents that its done this way? geezz-------
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:38 am  

And what if you do not have a computer, there are alot of people who don't have one or can afford one. There are alot of people that do not know how to use one.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:41 am  

My question too. I am new to the school district and they never walked me through anything. I find out about things as the happen (to go wrong). I really feel places are taking this net thing too far. This is also how we get our school cancellations. Most of the time if the weather is bad and power is out I can't get on anyway. I live out of town so just because we don't have power doesn't mean the town the schools in doesn't. I REALLY REALLY miss the old school.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:49 am  

Its like that with school assignments. My niece is a freshman in high school and last year and this year, many of her homework assignments involve going to a website, taking a test online or printing out a worksheet or something. I asked her what about the kids who don't have a computer, she said I don't know--maybe they go the library or something.
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Posted on Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:43 am  

That is what they do. My daughter has to do tests for extra reading credit online. As long as they can go to the library and have free time to do it I don't think its too bad. You think these days everything revolves around a computer one way or another so the education is needed. We got our first PC when my son hit first grade. They ahd to get on computers and I could not figure out why he was so scared of one. Do you remember the Homer Simpson episode where he had to chose the right button or and if he didn't it would blow up the plant? Well of course he chose the wrong one and boom. My son watched this around the same time they started working with pc's. Scared the wits out of the bot.
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Posted on Fri Sep 05, 2008 3:07 am  

and now you are probably fighting with your kids for it right, my five year old does better than some of the adults that I know. I am going to get here on mavis beacon to get her typing as soon as she can get all the letter and number recognition down on the keyboard. She can use the hell out of the mouse and surf through the nick jr site.

I think that if you start working with them young they can be little wizards.
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Posted on Sat Sep 06, 2008 3:45 am  

Yes! Definitely! When my daughter was in kindergarten (1986), the big thing they were promoting was that there was a COMPUTER in the classroom---OMG---you should have heard everyone (parents)!! We didn't even have one at home till 1996---and now I can't seem to function without it.
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