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Mountains: Project 180, Day 43


  And then, on the horizon, we beheld mountains. Heading into unfamiliar territory this week. Time to take a turn along a path with more ups than downs. And while I do hold a map with…

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Survey, Take Two: Project 180


I discovered that the survey I shared yesterday could only be opened by Cheney School District employees. So, for those who couldn’t open it but were interested, I copied it directly into this post. Sorry…

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Voices Within: Project 180, October 29, 2016


Morning, all. No official comments from the kiddos this week, so I thought I would share the student survey that I will give to my kids this coming week as part of my midterm check in….

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Robbed: Project 180, Day 42


Hated to do it. Had to do it. What’s done is done. No going back now. Have to own it. I stole. From my kids. In broad daylight. Witnesses everywhere. Won’t get out of this…

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Dark Days Ahead: Project 180, Day 41


There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest. –Elie Wiesel, from “Hope, Despair and Memory” Enter the Holocaust. Our journey in…

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Lucky Life: Project 180, Day 40


Despite a rough start, turns out yesterday wasn’t Monday in disguise after all; it was a Terrific Tuesday–for many reasons. I will offer ten, ten random wonders that brought joy to my day. I truly…

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Sunshine and Rain: Project 180, Day 39


Morning, all. Feels like it might be Monday again. Slept in till 4:30. Had trouble getting the graphic to post.  Might be in for a long day. So, I came across another graphic that aptly…

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In the Absence of Power: Project 180, Day 38


My early-morning routine generally begins with a cup of coffee and a quick cruise through Facebook, the news, and Twitter. And while I am catching up on the world big and small, in truth, I…

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The Voices Within: Project 180, October 22, 2016


Some words from the kids this week. They are the best. Such good companions on this journey. Lucky to be among them. “Syrie, to be honest, your class takes so much stress off me, but…

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Walking in Circles: Project 180, Day 37


This graphic caught my attention in the Twitterverse this morning, and while it doesn’t fit my thinking exactly, it’s pretty darn close, especially in the sense that learning is a circle, not a line. We…

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