Last night my U.S. Citizenship class met for the final time until January 5th. Yesterday morning my morning Family Literacy class also met for the final time until January 5th. It is a wrap which in theater terms means- it is done. 🙂
1st off I want to thank Jesus for carrying me through the most challenging semester of teaching I have experienced in over 20 years!!!
I felt led to self isolate at home with the exception of being in my morning class or the brief endeavors in the market for food for the duration of the semester. Foremost in my mind was that my students depend on me to be there for them. I felt that I needed to protect myself from COVID so I could be there for my students.
I am so very proud of my students in my morning class. When the semester first began, I was not sure how they would respond to a blended class of some in class and some remote via Zoom. They all stepped up BIG TIME!!! They learned and accomplished so much,
I could never have gotten through the semester without the help of teachers and staff at the school where I teach, my friends in my Life Group from church, my other friends from church, and my blogging friends especially the ones I meet with in Blogger Chat on Saturday mornings.
So as I breathe a sigh of relief, I want to thank my colleagues at the school where I teach Family Literacy, my friends in my Life Group from church, my other friends from church, and especially my students. Thanks to all of you and most of all Jesus, I made it through this crazy COVID first semester!!!
Thank you for reading. God Bless.