Opening Door

A class was coming in after recess and the teacher was having trouble open the door.

One boy politely said to the teacher “I don’t think your whistle will work, you should try the id fob.”

The whistle and id fob both were hanging around her neck and she did not realize at first what was in her hand.

Everyone needs some help once in a while.

 

Whistle

The List

A kindergarten student informed her teacher upon entering the classroom that her dad had told her she was now on the “nice list.”

The teacher said to her “That is good news.”

Some of the other students overheard the conversation and asked “what list is she on?”

“Santa’s nice list” the teacher said.

The other children began cheering and congratulating the little girl for making on Santa’s nice list.Santa with naughty and nice list

 

Keeping count

A second grader heard the cheer coach keeping count as the team went through their routine.

“1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and 5 and 6 and 7 and 8 ” (repeat) was heard down the hallway.

The second grader heard this and said “I don’t know who is counting but the are doing it wrong.”

The cheer count stopped for an moment then began again the second grader said “and they are doing it again!”

The elementary student then said “when you get to eight you don’t start again you say nine.”

Going the Distance

For gym class kindergarten students ran a quarter of a mile.

Two boys were discussing the run and one asked the other “when do you think we will run a penny of a mile?”

The second boy said, “I don’t know, but I am sure I can run a penny of a mile!”

 

How did you do that?

A kindergarten student was intently coloring at a table on the first day of the school year. 

His teacher came over and sat beside him without him knowing.

She commented on his art and he surprisingly said “Hey how did you get here?”

The teacher said “magic,” to which the boy responded, “you are a witch!”

The two both agreed that she may be a witch, but a good one.  🙂

 

Graduate Reflection

As I sit here and reflect on the last 13 years of my life, I can’t help but think of the impact that each and every one of you have had on my life. From day one of kindergarten, all the way up until my last week of finals in high school, I was able to get through it because of the guidance and support that I received from all the teachers I have experienced in my life. I can’t believe that time has gone by so fast! It seems like just yesterday that I was entering each new school for the first time. I hope you all know that you are all so inspirational and deserving for all of your hard work and dedication. I cannot express it enough how grateful and appreciative I am for everything that you guys have done for me. In the fall I will be entering college. As I finish out my remaining days of my Milton career, graduation seems to be approaching very quickly! I know it is hard for all of you to make it to graduation, but I would love to see you all there! Thank you again for everything you have done and please keep in touch!

A Graduate of 2016