Sunday, March 19, 2006


3/20 - 3/24

Monday 3/20
7:00 Meet w/ Fox
7:00 Boundary
7:30 Assistant Principal Interviews
4:00 Intel @ AJH
4:00 ICS @ KJH

Tuesday 3/21
7:00 Meet w/ Boundary
7:10 Wildwood Staff
8:00 Maplewood Staff
8:30 Meet w/ Ransom & Warr
2:00 Secondary Admin
4:00 Intel @ HUN
4:00 Intel @ PHS

Wednesday 3/22
7:00 Meet w/ Williamson
8:30 ITC Staff
11:00 Meet w/ Cvitanich
4:00 Intel @ SUN

Thursday 3/23
7:30 Meet w/ Cvitanichf
3:00 Zeiger Staff
4:00 Admin Meeting
4:00 Intel @ AJH
4:00 Intel @ PHS

Friday 3/24
8:15 SLIS Meeting
1:30 Meet w/ Aungst

Remove Blogger Banner
Betsy and I have been experimenting with how to remove the banner that links visitors to he next blog. I was chatting with Darren Kuropatwa (creator of Whiplash) on Skype last night (after midnight it was 2 am his time) and noticed he has a Blogspot blog without the menu bar. Now I no longer have the next blog option...I've added it to both PepTechTalk and Where's Glenn.

350 Recruits
Brenda and I spent Saturday @ RHS convincing 350 teaching recruits to make Puyallup their first choice. I remember those days of Job Search.

Quote of the Week
"Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe." ~ Abraham Lincoln

Hi Glenn,
Time for a new picture.

I am going have my first Intel class on 3/21 at KJH at 4:00.

I thought it was against the Blogspot policy to remove something from their header - like the NEXT flag. I will need more information before I remove the dreaded Next Flag from my blog.
I second that. Nobody needs to see our teeth two weeks in a row. I have some nice cactus pictures if you'd like to borrow one.
I am reading Daniel Pink. I'm in the middle of chapter four. I like his writing style. Amusing metaphors and a fabulous vocabulary. Love his word choices. They convey meaning with a subtle sarcasm, which I enjoy immensely.
Your quote of the week reminds me of one of my favorites:

"It just shows what can be done by taking a little trouble," said Eeyore. "Do you see, Pooh? Do you see, Piglet? Brains first and then hard work. Look at it! That's the way to build a house."
A. A. Milne

Both of these quotes will serve us well as we plan for the purchase and implementation of technology for our students.
Well...I didn't use an axe this weekend, but I did go through 4 chains on my chainsaw in 6 hours! Lot's of wood to cut ya know!
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