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  • Writer's pictureDevoted Educator


"And let us consider one another..." Read: Hebrews 10:24-25 As the school year winds down, we often wonder, "Where has the time gone?" End-of-year testing looms on the horizon, we begin to teach mini-lessons on the standards our students need... just... a... little - or a LOT - more time on..., and we review our gradebooks to tie up loose ends, checking in with students who need that final nudge to make it to the finish line. The end of the year can be a hectic, stressful time. Let's make sure to "consider one another" and support one another. The golden rule applies here. Let's consider our colleagues. Make time to greet them and meet with them. Let's consider our students. A smile goes a long way. If we are stressed, we can often convey that same sense of emotion to them and heighten their levels of anxiety as well. Let's consider paraprofessionals, parents, administrators, community members, and visitors to the building. We are all in this together, and we only have a few weeks left to close out the year. Let's make choices that leave others with a better end-of-year experience than they would have otherwise. As we approach the end of the school year, let's encourage each other. PRAYER: Gracious, Heavenly Father, thank you for bringing us together as teams of educators to support each other and our communities throughout this school year. Please guide us and support us as we assemble together and collaborate to bring the school year to a close. We serve you and ask for these blessings in Christ's name. Amen. --Devoted Educator

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