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Re: classroom concern...

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Wendy Ellen Cochran (wcochra)
Thu, 28 Dec 1995 08:11:06 -0800 (PST)


Hey I was the travelling dance teacher with a huge set of keys. When it
rained I had to figure out where to go because the pe program would have
to take over my bungalow...a nightmare!!!!!!!!!

wendyellen wcochra

On Thu, 28 Dec 1995, Barbara Watkins (LIS) wrote:

> Yes, I too have had my years of "art on a cart" and I definately needed
> my sense of humor to get me through many a day. Preparing the teachers
> for work that would have to be saved until the next week was a
> necessity. I teach in an elementary school in Florida, my school does
> not have interior hallways-all rooms open to the outside. So putting
> work outside to dry was an impossibility on windy days.
>
> But for all of us that has had to travel, does your music teacher
> travel? In my case, never.
>
> Hopefully, presenting ourselves in a professional manner, promoting our
> curriculum, school wide projects, art show, displays, etc... will
> strengthen our credibility with the administrators. I am very fortunate
> to have a Principal who understands the importance of the arts in a
> childs development. But in these times of budget cuts I no longer feel
> secure about my position.
>
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> Barbara Watkins Yates Elementary
> Art Specialist 301 N. Kingsway
> watkins.edu Brandon, Fl 33510
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