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Re: our invaluable Judyu


Date: Sun Jun 08 2003 - 17:14:26 PDT

Hip hip hooray! hip hip hooray! hip hip hooray!

I spent yesterday going through 10 Count them, 10 CDs worth of
information I have saved over just the past year. I created three new
folders in my Document file, one for 2nd, 3rd, and one for 5th/6th
grade. I moved all of the power points that were all mixed up from
frenzied saving over the past year into these three new
CDs....everything is now organized for what I might teach for each grade
level. I have enough material in those CDs to last me for the next
fifteen years if I changed projects annually! THANK YOU JUDY for
running this show. We all participate, but without your unbelievable
energy and time spent organizing the links and support material, I would
never have been able to amass what I now have. I got smart (at least
for me) about six months ago and started going through the new stuff
daily and shuffling it straight into power points (picked images and
copied text right into it from this list). I used to save files of jpgs
and word documents. I now have TONS of power points ready to go, or at
least all I have to do is match up some supporting images and I'm ready.
There were times this last year when I wanted to scream when I would
open my email and see 78 messages at 10:30 pm!!! I know you all know
what I mean. But I could be a curriculum coordinator now for a school
district thanks to you We all could!!! Yes, there were
times I had no life, and I mean NO life because I was obsessed with this
mission. But I'm so glad I did it. I have a personalized curriculum
for my school that is going to blow their socks off next year. I am
doing ALL new projects! Can't wait! THANK YOU all of you, and