Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Most Memorable Moment Of 2011-12 School Year

I'm busy, busy, busy packing up my room.  I'm also joining up with

I would have to say my most memorable moment of 2011-2012 school year was not a good one.  On day 24 into the school year, on a Friday afternoon, 10 minutes before the dismissal bell we were informed that there would be a faculty meeting by the superintendent immediately after buses.  Well, we were expecting bad news since that's all we had had for several months, but we weren't expecting to have a bomb dropped on us.  However, he informed us that our principal and asst. principal had been removed from our school and on Monday morning we would have a new principal.  This was extremely shocking as we were completely blindsided by this as well as that they were both brand-new into their positions.  After 24 days...REALLY????  Yep, really...

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  1. Wow! That would be a shock! So sorry for the turn over in administration in your school.
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  2. Thanks for linking up. That is crazy and so soon after school started. I hope things turned around for your school year. What a way to start the year off. I know our principal is leaving this year due to retirement (she was the principal when my husband and father in law was in school) and we have had the new principal in learning the ropes for the last couple weeks. It has definitely been a change to get used to. I couldn't imagine the hassle it caused only 24 days in. Eek.

    Again thanks for linking up. Hope you have a great day. P.S. I became a follower. Such a cute blog.

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    1. Jessica,

      The new principal is FABULOUS and the asst. principal she hired is top-notch.

  4. WOW! That is quite memorable. I hope your replacements are supportive. I know when my principal leaves I will probably loose it :)

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  5. Oh! My! What a way to begin a year. That is definitely something I would always remember. Hopefully, the rest of your year was smoother.