Updated on May 2, 2018
A Blog by Chicken Wrangler Sara
The school where I teach has a long tradition of celebrating May Day including a May Pole. The kids learn to skip around the pole holding streamers as music plays. At the end, there is a pattern of colored streamers on the pole.
If done properly, it looks very neat. This year was a little rough. Practices were held as often as possible but some of the students still struggled.
After the festivities were over, one of the students asked the teacher in charge, “So how did we do?”
The teacher looked at the pole and said “The last 18 inches look great. Let’s just leave it at that.”I think I will adopt that philosophy about the school year. It was a rough start but I plan to make the last “eighteen inches” look pretty good.
So to all my fellow teachers and students out there – here’s to a strong finish.