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What got you through the week?

The first week of 2019 has come to an end, and I truly pray that your year is off to a great start.

For me, and many of my coworkers, it was the first few days back with students, and the days after a break can be extra challenging and stressful. But you know what got me through this week? This…

Tuesday night I was making my final lesson plans and wondering what the week would bring when I saw this reminder. My heart immediately changed, and instead of fretting about the week, I became excited to see all my kiddos.

Holidays are a joyous time for me (and hopefully you too) because I have a wonderful family, an amazing group of friends, and all of my basic needs met. But for many of my students this isn’t the case, and while I can’t change the circumstances of my students, I can do everything in my power to be an encourager to them during the time they are in my classroom. This is what got me through the week. What got you through yours?


Jess 💕

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