Wednesday, July 25, 2007

I LOVE BEING A PRINCIPAL

I do...I am loving it...so far!

I had an incredible meeting with my middle school faculty about changes in their teaching loads. They were so open, flexible, and cooperative...music to any administrator's ears! It was truly a blessing. I am thrilled to work with them.

I love how welcoming everyone has been. I love meeting new people, prospective families...etc.

Tonight...I figured out something I DON'T LOVE...SCHEDULING...OY! I am forever indebted to Sr. Phyllis, former principal extraordinaire...patient as ever. She helped me figure out the schedule. We have some crazy factors to deal with too, namely our Wednesday school schedule is early release every Wednesday...so that was a challenge. Part-time specialties, making sure everyone meets their minutes...prep periods...YUCK. It was so challenging! I'm glad it's finished. I really worked hard on it and I'm proud that I could maintain my "keeping my heart in the classroom" philosophy through this process. I asked myself for every "weird" scheduling conundrum..."Would I be ok with this as a teacher?" So I hope my faculty understands some of the changes and EMBRACES THEM! We'll see....

Back to loving being a principal...yes...I'm loving it. It's busy and exciting. I'm nervous...but I think I've found a good place for me to minister and to set me off on this next adventure!

I'm SAVORING my HP (yeah right...I'm so freaking tired by the time I go to bed...I can't even READ!) Saturday...my goal is to sit in my backyard and read. Gotta have goals.

Peace out!

4 comments:

bailavalses said...
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rob clemenz @ saintsforsinners.com said...

Congratulations! Your outlook is so refreshing!

Sister_Katy said...

Greetings TO Argentina! How did you find my blog? Who are you? What do you do? How cool...One Fun Nun has international readers!

Welcome!

Sister_Katy said...

Greetings TO Argentina! How did you find my blog? Who are you? What do you do? How cool...One Fun Nun has international readers!

Welcome!