I tottered into the school office this morning to sign in, my coffee not yet fighting off the Ny-Quill I took last night to fend off the remnants of the cold that won't quite go away. My Assistant Principal looked at me and smiled, then told me, "By the way, Mr. _________, I wanted to let you know that the School CEO (re: the superintendent) will be visiting your classroom this morning. Please spread the word that she's only going to visit English classrooms."
Well, isn't that just a joy?
Turns out that all that happened was a quick walk-through, during my planning period, so all I had to do was smile and wave out into the hallway at the unassuming woman who has the toughest education job in the nation.
Only four more days.
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