Be a team player.
Coronavirus alphabet game*. I'll start, keep it going!
(We did it with Christmas words before and it was really funny. I got this one from the ever-brilliant Jenna Mccarthy.)
*I know it's not a laughing matter. I just have to keep some lighthearted moments in the midst of this craziness!
Shout out to all the parents who suddenly became teachers this week on top of doing their regular full time job. Normally I'd say the kids are top priority, but right now I say if 3rd grade science needs to be skipped so you can keep your job, everyone will survive.
The good news is, tomorrow is Friday which means...nothing. Every day is the same. This is our life now.
Just keep breathing. But not near anyone else.
I'm not sure why imagining technology exists that allows someone to capture a photo of Tokyo in which I can zoom in to read the serial number on a stroller in the park 2 miles from the camera, and yet breast imaging is done by smashing your boob between a table and a plastic tray...but it's still worth it.
It only hurts for a second (or 10). And I'm gonna bet it hurts less than cancer.
This is great. Gives us a lot to think about.
I shared this a couple years ago, but unfortunately (tragically! :( ) it seems like a good time for it again:
It's 30 seconds. If stopping for 30 seconds makes you late, you should have left earlier.
The headline is the whole story, but hopefully it's progress!
Watch all the way through.
I don't know the answer* or if there is a singular solution, but something needs to be done.
There's plenty to worry about in middle school and high school, without the fear of gun violence.
*I'm not looking for your political opinion or suggested solutions at this point.
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