Monthly Archives: April 2012

Thinking Fast

Yesterday reminded me that I need to read every word of a memo. One of the schools I work for sends us information via email a couple of days before we report to work. I got it, read it, and … Continue reading

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Counting the Days

We are in the midst of an exciting time right now. We are counting; that’s right, counting. We have been counting the days since the second night of Passover, and we will continue until the holiday of Shavuot. Many of … Continue reading

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The Emotional Rollercoaster

Since I teach so many different age groups, this is one of the times of school year that my curriculum has to change from morning to afternoon, from day to day, sometimes from hour to hour. We have Yom Hashoah … Continue reading

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A Different Feeling

This year was a different feeling about this year about Passover. Even with all the model seders, music about matza, slavery, and plagues, the feeling was different.  Maybe it was because I wasn’t as overwhelmed regarding our big seder.  Our … Continue reading

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