Things I don’t know about tomorrow

Well, today, actually, since I’m writing this at 10 PM on Wednesday to post Thursday morning:

  • What I’m wearing
  • What I’m bringing for lunch (these two things are stressing me out more than they should)
  • How I’m handling distributing 25 lockers to 27 kids
  • Whether any of the six no-shows in either class are going to show up
  • How I’m going to handle 33 kids in a class if they do
  • What the IEPs for the thirteen special ed kids I suddenly have in my PM class look like
  • What I’m teaching tomorrow, in any of my classes
  • What I’m going to do for the extra forty minutes that I have my morning group since we’re not doing Success just yet
  • Whether I’m even going to have the same kids or whether they’ll have to rearrange the special ed students again
  • How I’m going to handle writing lesson plans for Friday (more on this later) when I have team plan during one prep and a parent conference (ALREADY!!!!) during the second
  • Seriously, I can fake math, but I have no idea what the hell I’m doing for Science, and I haven’t had time to look through the giant box that they just delivered, and seriously, could maybe just once you guys get these things to us before school starts?

I am tired as fuck.

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Luther M. Siler

Teacher, writer of words, and local curmudgeon. Enthusiastically profane. Occasionally hostile.

2 thoughts on “Things I don’t know about tomorrow

  1. ‘I don’t know whether I’ll even have the same kids tomorrow’ is an awesome line to take out of context. I don’t know if this fun fact helps the tiredness but I’m happy to pitch in.

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