We have started school already. Our first inservice was on Aug 5 and registration was Aug 8. Students' first day was Aug 13. I was able to go for a few days of inservice but had a D&C and thermal ablation w/exploratory labroscopic...whatever it's called on Aug 11. I've not returned yet. I'll go in Monday. That means I've missed the first two weeks of school. You can imagine how hard that is. Thank goodness for an excellent sub. I met some kids on registration day, but I'll meet them all on Monday. I've never missed that many days in a row before and never missed the beginning of the year like this.
See, you are figuring it out. The more you are on it, the easier it will be. I like reading the posts whether I respond or not. Did you know there is a forum button at the top that takes you to a page with a list of all the forum topics? There are a lot of them.
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