Do you remember the discussion of a 4-day school week? How it would save electricity, power, the universe, etc? And my counter-proposal was that if cutting ONE day off of the usual week would do that much good, why not shave FOUR days off?
Well, this week is going to be pretty darn close to that proposal.
Yesterday (Monday) was a student holiday/staff development day. No kids, no lessons, no teaching.
Today was a regular day.
Tomorrow is a regular day.
Thursday, I have to attend an off-site meeting for some math program I had never heard of before. Thus, I will not have kids, or lessons, or do any teaching.
Friday is Fair Day, so there is no school.
This boils down to a 2-day school week for me. Thank goodness it's the end of the grading period, and we're just reviewing. I'd hate to try to introduce anything new and expect it to stick.