T-Minus Twelve Days

August 16, 2007 at 12:33 am Leave a comment

I can’t decide whether I am more excited or nervous about student teaching. A quick breakdown of my current situation is in order:

  • School starts the 27th of this month. That’s twelve days from now.
  • I know what school (C…… High School) but I don’t know what grade, and I don’t know who my mentor teacher is.
  • Consequently, I can’t prepare.
  • And I don’t know my schedule, so I’m stressing about my work/class schedule. I know that I can fit 20 hrs of work, 10 hrs of student teaching, and 9 hrs of class a week into my schedule – I just need to know how.
  • I wanted a junior high.
  • I really wanted to be in touch with my mentor teacher this summer so that I could begin planning/daydreaming/knowing what to expect.

The only thing I’ve been able to do to prepare is to buy three CHS t-shirts at the local thrift store. Now I have something to wear to football games.

Maybe I should contact my vice principal? I hadn’t thought of that until just now….


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