Home from my first day of work

@NJChicaa (33295)
United States
September 1, 2017 2:38pm CST
Well today went just the way I expected it to. Boring meetings and lots of free time to fill. I spent most of it getting paperwork done. You wouldn't believe the stupid crap that I have to write up each year. I swear it goes into a black hole and no one ever looks at it but it is oh-so-important for me to get it filled out and submitted by a certain date each year. The 2nd year teacher who shares a room with me spent a lot of her time decorating the door to the classroom. I told her to go for it. My enthusiasm for that kind of stuff left me like 13 years ago. I guess I'm ready for the 1st day. We shall see!
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• Jacksonville, Florida
1 Sep
Sorry it was a boring day but I hope you have a wonderful school year! =)
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Thank you. Last year was a great year for me so I'm hoping this year goes the same way.
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• Eugene, Oregon
1 Sep
WEll, good luck with that first day!
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Thank you
@CoralLevang (16273)
• United States
2 Sep
Gotta love the newbies and their enthusiasm. Somewhere between enthusiastic and jaded is a good balance. LOL
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
2 Sep
I'm definitely jaded.
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@CoralLevang (16273)
• United States
2 Sep
@NJChicaa I completely understand! So am I!
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@amadeo (54108)
• United States
1 Sep
you will be ready there.I am rooting for you.lol
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Thanks!
@amadeo (54108)
• United States
1 Sep
@inertia4 (27001)
• United States
1 Sep
Ah, school. Teachers have a hard job and I think it is about time to show some respect to them. I always felt that teachers were under valued and unappreciated. Honestly, I wish I were the president of this country. I would make many changes for the better and the positive. I am glad I am not a child anymore. I never really liked school. Maybe because I didn't have real good teachers. I went to catholic school and had nuns teaching. They were not nice people. Always nasty for some reason or another. I did have some nice teachers in high school. So I know there are caring teachers out there.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Of course teachers care. Why else would they do they job?
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@inertia4 (27001)
• United States
2 Sep
@NJChicaa I know what you mean. But not all teachers are good people. I know that from when I went to school. But overall, teachers are amazing people and should be respected. And they need to make more money.
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@DianneN (66733)
• United States
1 Sep
Ugh and lol! I hear ya! Is it June, yet?
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@Happy2BeMe (71064)
• Canada
1 Sep
Wishing you a wonderful school year.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Thanks!
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@dodo19 (29317)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
1 Sep
I'm sorry to hear that it was boring. Sometimes, it definitely can be. Hopefully your first day of teaching goes well though.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
I hope so!
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@Corbin5 (89140)
• United States
1 Sep
Wishing you a wonderful school year ahead!!! I would have chosen decorating the door.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
I wanted to get some of the stupid paperwork out of the way
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@sharon6345 (109430)
• United States
1 Sep
good luck with the new year.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
Thank you
@JohnRoberts (44897)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Sep
You have the holiday weekend to brace yourself for the real deal.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
I'm trying not to get stressed about it.
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@KristenH (21795)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
1 Sep
Welcome back. Hope it all goes well for you next week.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
oh I'm sure it will. I've been doing it long enough that I don't get stressed about it any longer. I've been doing it longer than my students have been alive.
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@KristenH (21795)
• Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
1 Sep
@NJChicaa Wow! My mother was a teacher and worked for a youth shelter in New Jersey.
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@NJChicaa (33295)
• United States
1 Sep
@KristenH She must have been a very special woman to do both of those things Kristen.
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