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Nipped in Langley!!

Against all odds, they almost pulled out a win.

Almost.

Despite losing four fumbles, two when they were in scoring position, the Coupeville Middle School football squad came dangerously close to pulling off a comeback win Wednesday in Langley, before falling by three points. 109 more words

Football

May we SEE You as the Lifter of our heads

“But you, O LORD, are a shield about me, my glory, and the lifter of my head.” Psalm 3:3

My son wouldn’t look at me. Frustrated, exhausted tears streamed down his eleven year old cheeks, and he didn’t want me to see him cry. 637 more words

Devotional

Reflective Teaching - Day 22

Te@chThought‘s Day 22 Challenge is: “What does your PLN look like, and what does it to for your teaching?

My PLN (Personal Learning Network) is composed of people I know face to face and amazing people I have never met in person, but have received tremendous support and encouragement from online. 314 more words

Reflecting

Trading Places

I spent my oldest daughter’s elementary school years in a constant state of angst.  She was forever putting off ’til tomorrow what needed to be done right this second.  367 more words

Hillside Middle School: New Programs Come Together in Harmony

School’s been in session more than a month, and students at Hillside Middle School are settled into classes. But things aren’t looking, or feeling, exactly the same as they did last year around the campus. 502 more words

A Chance to Breathe

Finally, on Monday, I had everything caught up. All my grading was done, all my planning was complete for the week, and all the items on my to-do list were crossed off. 629 more words

Middle School

Day 47

Hello,

Mr. Lambert was out for knee surgery today, so Mr. Daniel led the morning marching rehearsal. The focus was just repping the mixed meter sets in part 3 and working transitions between parts 1/2/3. 344 more words

High School