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Re: what we do best


Date: Wed Mar 02 2005 - 16:04:09 PST

In a message dated 3/2/2005 12:14:31 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, writes:

I am
inheriting a room from a science teacher after 21/2 years of carting.
They've spent an incredible amount of money and some teachers who are
getting the "most" are also allowed time out of their schedules to set up
their rooms. For art the principal was surprised to have to do anything
more than provide a room... for instance scissors, a paper cutter, and
drying racks (not to mention the plethora of other things that would make a
good art room). No... the oldest, closest to falling apart furniture is

Kathy - I hear you girl!! I got a terrific new room in our school's new
addition - my carts are "parked" permanently - but got the old cafeteria tables,
old stools from computer lab, and a few cabinets. They did installl 24 new
coat hooks and cubbies, though! These scare me because I'm afraid my art room
can easily be taken away and converted to a regular class room!! Sandy J