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Re: Budgets

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Susan Bennett (sbennett)
Sun, 10 Oct 1999 20:31:43 -0400


Hi I do something that sounds strang. I have my kids in gorups of 4 at the
end of every period (or at least I try) We count the scissors. They can not
be a super artist table and collect a gummy bear if they do not have their
scissors accounted for. (They may not get a gummy bear each time anyway,
but they all get used to keeping track of the scissors. Susan
-----Original Message-----
From: Wizzlewolf <Wizzlewolf>
To: whest177 <whest177>;
owner-artsednet.edu <owner-artsednet.edu>;
artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Sunday, October 10, 1999 1:43 PM
Subject: Re: Budgets

>
>In a message dated 10/10/99 1:02:23 PM, whest177 wrote:
>
><<I don't have, like scissors (in the past 6 years, 50+ pair of scissors
have
>"walked off", and I refuse to buy anymore)>>
>
>See how everything is different and everyone has such a different
>circumstance... It is almost hard to compare. Your idea of asking for fees
>from the parents is unfeasible for me. I work with SED (severely
emotionally
>disturbed) and have very little parental involvement. I would wait a very
>LONG time if I had to wait for the "fees" to come. Yet, seven years ago I
>started with 12 pairs of scissors and I still have EVERY ONE of them
today!!
>:-)
>wizzle
>