Sunday, October 28, 2012

CrAzY wEeK aHeAd!

I'm sitting here watching Halloween Wars and wondering what was I thinking when scheduling this week!  We start with a PLC meeting tomorrow morning.  Our school is reconstructing our report cards so they are standards based.  It wasn't too much of a stretch for kindergarten but there was still some revamping to be done.  I will present the assessment binder to the team tomorrow.  I'm hoping they will be nice :)   
Then, tomorrow my awesome team is doing a Hot Dog Party in honor of our author study Mo Willems.  I heart Mo!  We serve hot dogs and watch his movie on the giant screen in the cafeteria.  So much fun!  I went shopping today and tried to ignore the crazy looks from people when they saw my cart overflowing with hot dogs, buns and cookies.  My 3-year-old didn't help when she starting belting out a song of her own creation all about hot dogs. 
Wednesday.  Do I really have to tell you how crazy that is going to be?  My team is hosting our first Visitor's Day of the year.  Visitor Days are days when each student can invite one special adult in for an hour or so of fun with the kindergartners.  This time we have 16 fall related stations set up in the gym and our classrooms.  Again, so much fun but boy is it a lot to set up!  We also watch Spookley the Square Pumpkin and call it a party.
Friday is our school's Movie Night.  We are trying to raise enough money to buy a sign for in front of our school.  Not just any sign.  A super deluxe amazing spectacular SIGN!  This is the 5th movie night I've spearheaded.  Lots of fun but more work.  I'm hoping my lovely team will go out for a drink after it is all over Friday night!
I'm excited to start posting to TPT but first they need to confirm a few things.  I'm trying to decide what my first official freebie should be.  Maybe our November calendar page.  Then people might decide they want them all!

One photo of our trip to Vegas.  We are outside of Serendipity 2 waiting to see the show Absinthe with my good friend Missy who lives in Vegas.  We ended up being awake for 24 hours straight with the time difference!  Loved not having to wake up early the next day.  If you ever get to Las Vegas, I highly recommend the show Absinthe if you are not easily offended.  It was hilarious but there were some older people who left half way through.

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