WOW! I’m busy…
So it’s been a crazy week. Faculty orientation followed by proctor-training weekend followed by Opening Day followed by the first day of school followed by (today) the second day of school.
reserve state park campsite for campout for next weekend
find sleeping bags for 20+ more kids than last year
find tents, stoves, etc., for 20+ more kids than last year
plan food for 20+ more kids
use backpacks to get it to campsite
Anyone know where I can get $5000 of camping equipment for $300?
sports: outdoor education
get docs back
assemble class list
Include new class management strategies
include new teaching strategies
design new 7th grade leadership curriculum
safety inspection for Ropes Course
accreditation/certification for MK, AW, CE, KK, PMC
new challenge elements for Ropes Course
Reserve hotel room
Contact Senator Dodd’s office re: capitol, BEP, LoC, etc.
Reservations at restaurants
At least I have a colleague…
cut to 10 kids for max. effectiveness on trip
I brought this one on myself: I made a little podcast titled, “how to use your locker” and now many colleagues think I should do more, on our assignment notebooks, book bags, etc.
… but they take TIME.
Plus, I’d like to start up my Ancient History Podcast again
calmness (this is going to take a while with this group)
Catch up on sleep
walk Clio (daily)
It’s a lot of little tasks, but they all need to be done. And many of them need to be done today in an hour-and-a-half window during the morning’s assessment session for all students. OK. Time to get going.