Labour on Labour Day

The reality is that all teachers are planning during Labour Day weekend. 

I did take breaks here and there and finally started a new book, which I choose to help me get ready for my journey to India in December. I just wish I didn’t have to be sitting here at 7 pm on Labour Day, cutting and pasting the curriculum expectations to stick them into Active Grade. But this will help me with my long-range planning and if I continue with Active Grade (sadly, $5/month) then I will not have to do this again next year! Of course, that is, if I continue teaching science next year … 

But focus on the present. What is now is here.

Off to the school to photocopy.

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