Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Report Card Time

CourseDescriptionPeriodTeacherRoomAtt.CreditErn. CreditMP1MP2MP3MP4EXMCOM1COM2FINAL
7183 - 6Tech Ed.1
7185 - 9Keyboard1

4181 - 1Science3
1181 - 2English4
2181 - 3Social Studies5
7184 - 9Family Consumer6
8181 - 2Phys. Ed6
3181 - 2Algebra I7

Last night while I waited to watch my beautiful girl perform on the stage, I wrote out Thanksgiving cards for her teachers. Last night was the district chorus concert. There were 190 high school students. The music teacher did not announce how many middle school students there were. It was awesome. Amanda was awesome!

Amanda had to be there at 6. The doors to the auditorium did not open until 6:30, so I came prepared. I wrote heart-felt thank you cards to her teachers. I wanted them to know that I appreciated them. I wanted them to know that they play a huge part in our lives. I wanted them to know how important they are to us. It took me less than 30 minutes to write out the cards. Amanda said that "we made their day". Yes! Goal achieved.

I love to "make" someone's day. It is such an awesome feeling. It takes little to no effort. Seriously.

Anyway...Amanda's first marking period is behind her. Last year she did this well also. Then Dad got sick. Thanksgiving was very difficult for us. And as you know, things just got worse.

Lucky for us, that won't happen again.

So, I encourage you to take a few minutes and write out that card that cost you fifty cents to buy at the dollar store. You don't know how you are going to effect someone. YOU might just "make" someone's day!


  1. that's a beautiful report card :)

  2. Congratulations to Amanda for all her hard work!

  3. I forgot to go to Kayla's school conference, lol! Here is her interim report. I don't think she knows her math grade because she would be complaining non-stop if she did.
    Interim Progress Report For Monday, October 17, 2011

    Science: 98%
    US History I: 94%
    Communications: 99%
    Algebra I: 76%

    There was no grade posted for tech ed, gym or health.

  4. Congratulations to Amanda (and you too!). What an amazing first marking period!