Saturday, June 18, 2011

11. Get my teaching credential

Yes, it is true!
I can officially apply for teaching positions and be hired as a teacher receiving a teaching salary!
Unfortunately there is no real certificate to show off, its just an image online showing that I have a credential.  Therefore, I can't really show anything off.  BUT I do have fancy pictures of my students that I will show off :)

This is my 2nd period on our last day together :)
(I am on the bottom left :), I tell you because you probably can't tell who I am haha)
This is Miss Rylee, she was my very favorite in this class.  Teachers say they don't have favorites, but I'm here to bust that myth.  She was so helpful and strong when the rest of the class was out of control.
This is my 3rd period on our last day together.
(You can try to find me here haha)
These two were my bodyguards all year, they had my back and took care of me, Trenton on the left - David on the right.  They often helped me carry large, heavy items to my car or to wherever and were always a huge help!  They also loved being that much taller than me. :)
This lovely is Melia.  We had super strong talks and I was able to mentor her the most this year.  She is a lot like me when I was in high school.  It was quite the experience to reflect while also advising her. <3
And these are my ladies.  These three were so much fun!! From left to right, McCall, Ysabella and Brooke.  McCall and I often owned the same clothes.. Ysa and I are both heavily in love with Hello Kitty, and Brooke and I could just laugh at the same craziness going on in class daily.
Last but not least.  I didn't want to purchase a yearbook because they are so darn expensive and I only knew about 1/10 of the students in it.  So instead I purchased a signature frame and had both of my classes sign it.  David is posing with it here as everyone finished signing it.  I have placed the two class pictures in the middle of it and it is ready to be displayed in my next classroom! You can never replace your first classes.

*Now, some of you that know I taught 3 classes are probably wondering where my third class is.  Well, they were freshman and were very googly and would not be able to handle something like this.  Trust me when I say this, and I have my very good friend Mackenzie to back me up, that they would have taken this as a joke and mean things would have been written on my "yearbook".  They do exist, they just aren't portrayed here.

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