Classroom!

July 30, 2009 at 4:25 pm Leave a comment

Classroom View 3

Houston, we have classroom!

  • 30′ x 29′, if I can trust my clumsy use of a flimsy 10-foot tape measure
  • three i-shaped windows overlooking the front courtyard
  • relatively fresh, pleasant yellow-neutral paint
  • 32 shiny new desks (one of which has a very broken chair, boo)
  • ceiling-mount projector
  • overhead projector
  • lockable cabinet with coat rack and mirror (oooOOOooo!)
  • computer, printer, speakers, flat-screen monitor – all on its own computer desk next to a full-size teacher desk
  • file cabinet
  • two metal bookcases
  • clunky stereo left by previous inhabitant
  • wall-mounted American flag
  • television with DVD/VCR player

No keys yet, but I can access it whenever someone is in the office, and I should be able to get keys as early as next week! Hooray! I’m terrifically excited. Oh, and it’s on the second floor, which makes me quite delighted, and two of the windows open for fresh air.

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Entry filed under: FUN STUFF, NEW SCHOOL.

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