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Re: Help

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Kenneth L. Poos (klpoos)
Sun, 10 Aug 1997 19:26:38 -0500

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Chaney wrote:
>
> Hi.
>
> Good luck in the upcomming year. I teach K-12 art, in one building with
> about 500 kids total. I do prefer grades 7 and up to the elementary.
> It seems as if I can realy teach rather than spending time with loose
> teeth, runny noses, lining up etc.. Yet secondary comes with a
> different set of problems. Grading, backtalk, schedule changes,
> tardies, etc...
>
> I feel that the first days set the tone for the entire year. I pass out
> a syllabus. They know first hand what my policies are. I treat them
> like adults and expect they to act this way. If I show my respect they
> will show theirs.
>
> Lab fees are nice too. You can buy more supplies to try more advanced
> things. It's fun. Consider and art club too!
> Art fairs are easier. Students matt and hang their own work. They are
> much more competitive. (With grades and awards).
>
> I love high school. I'm sure you will too!!
>
> Lots of luck to you.
>
> Melissa Chaney
> Midway R-1
> K-12
> Cleveland, MO
This is all I am getting from artsed net. No mail but messages sent to
me that are suppose to be sent to you. Sandy Poos

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