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LISTEN: NLEC Fights to Keep Doors Open Despite Drug Issue

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Reverend Larry Rice is still fighting to keep his downtown homeless shelter open in the face of continuing drug problems surrounding the facility. 167 more words

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Polar Bears

I am finishing up a short unit on polar bears with second grade. We spent a couple of weeks on it and covered things like our Super 3 research process, sources of information, considering the actual source of information, and organizing our information. 84 more words

STL Fire Continues to Respond to a Dozen Overdoses Per Day, Most Are K-2

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – It’s not as bad as last November when more than two dozen people a day were overdosing from synthetic marijuana downtown — but the problem continues to be a daily strain on the department. 192 more words

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Need Voting Forms?

If you click on the links below, you will be prompted to create a copy of my Forms in your own Google Drive and then you’ll use them just like you made them yourself! 29 more words

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Creative Acting

In Creative Acting (K-2), students will:
  • Use their imagination to explore new worlds and situations
  • Create their own characters
  • Work as a group to problem solve…
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It's a Zoo Out There - #TCEA17

Just to clarify, “It’s a Zoo Out There,” was a presentation I saw at TCEA this year; I’m not making any kind of commentary on the people attending the conference ;)  In fact, I was so blown away by the incredible sessions I was able to see over the course of my three days in Austin that I tweeted something about how TCEA reaffirms my belief that there are so many unbelievably passionate, gifted teachers in our world working to improve education each and every day. 204 more words

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NCCBA and Chatterpix Kids

We are winding down with our NCCBA lessons (North Carolina Children’s Book Awards) and I wanted to try to get everyone close to the same place again after the snow days, work days, holidays, field trips, etc of January! 339 more words