Friday, August 14, 2009

First Days of School

It is hard to believe, but children in Huntsville, Alabama started school this week, August 10th. I watched as the preschoolers, kindergarden, and first grade children and parents had a hard time letting go. Finally, the principal had to make an annoucement for parents to let the teachers get started. I'm almost sure it was harder for the parents then it was for the children. Wednesday was the third day of school and there were still parents still having a hard time. I heard a kindergarten boy tell his mother, "Mommy, I'm a big boy and I can walk to the classroom by myself". Her eyes just filled with tears as she kissed him goodbye. My heart just went out to her, but in the end it was the best thing to let him follow his class down the hall. Parents must trust that the administration, teachers, and staff will take care of their children.

On the other hand, the middle school parents gladly dropped off their kids, waved, and never looked back. How times will change!


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