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Nov 25 2011

Give thanks in all circumstances

Fact #1: I’ve spent a majority of the past 72 hours sleeping like a baby. Fact #2: I had to take half days on Tuesday and Wednesday because of flu-like symptoms and a splitting headache that made it hard to even stand up straight. Fact #3: Yesterday was my fourth time spending Thanksgiving away from…

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Student reactions upon seeing me in a V-neck and AF-1s on Casual Friday J.: “You mad fresh today, Mr. K.” N.: “Dangggg look at you with your Air Forces.” K.: “Hip-hop! Hip-hop!” D.: “Mister, you look like a middle schooler today.” L.: “Mr. K, you look so cute!” I mentioned in my last post that…

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Random comment during a lesson on procedures E.: “Mr. K, you look like you’re really really old. You look like you’re like, 24.” I’ve officially made it through the first week of the school year, and wow, what a week it was. Thanks to certain apocalyptic predictions about Hurricane Irene (I’m looking at you, weather.com),…

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Aug 22 2011

+s and Δs, part 2

Overheard during the all-corps kickoff BBQ M,TLD: “Yes, there was poop involved with my middle school.” Somehow, I’ve come down with a case of severe acute writer’s block. Fortunately, it’s been a quiet and relatively uneventful week, so I don’t have much to write about anyway, but those things that are worth mentioning will have…

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Aug 14 2011

Turnarounds and divine education

Overheard during WaterFire, upon observing CMs with unlit torches Random person: “Well, if they can’t handle fire, they definitely can’t handle the students.” The past week has been fairly uneventful compared to Induction, Institute, and the first week of F8W, which affords the perfect opportunity to finally provide some context for my school and teaching…

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