Oh, what a busy day it will be. Great News! Cheryl Frazier will be coming back 1/2 days in the am beginning Wednesday, March 7th until March 9th. She will then start back full time the following Monday. We miss her and are thrilled she is coming back. That being said, Mr. Gale has done an outstanding job in her absence. He has a great sense of humor and has bonded with some of the children. He has been a great asset to our team. He has a new grandaughter to be born in April and he can't wait to get that baby in his hands as she is already in his heart! We surely appreciate everything he has done for us.
Gloria and I will be attending a mandatory district meeting in Greensboro tomorrow morning from 9-12. There will be a SIT meeting in the afternoon at 3:15. Cassandra will fill in for me. You will have a chance to look at the results from our star 3 data meeting, as well as other items on the agenda. I know we will have some rich conversation about how we are moving along as a staff. Don't forget that the Hispanic Arts Initiative Performance for grades 3-5 will be from 1:15-2:15 on Wednesday afternoon. Students may sit on the floor.
Found this in my travels and I thought it would give you a chuckle:) Have a great day.
1923 Elementary School Teacher Requirements
1. Teacher is not to get married. This contract becomes null and void if teacher marries.
2. Teacher is not to keep the company of men.
3. Teacher must be home between the hours of 8 P.M. and 6 A.M. unless in attendance at a school function.
4. Teacher may not loiter downtown in ice cream parlors.
5. Teacher may not leave town at any time without permission of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
6. Teacher is not to smoke cigarettes or drink wine, beer or whiskey.
7. Teacher may not ride in a carriage with any man except her brother or father.
8. Teacher is not to dress in bright colors.
9. Teacher may not dye her hair.
10. Teacher will not wear dresses more than two inches above the ankle.
11. Teacher is to wear at least two petticoats.
12. Teacher is to bring a bucket to school to clean and scrub the building every week.