- Hi jana
the schoolkids (and teachers :) must be counting down the last days
of school now.
When I worked in the k-6 school system, I would work with sp.ed.
students as they had tests modified. those days were so stressful for
the students, I remember being completley exhausted the end of the
day. the sad thing is, we cant offer spiritual support to the
students in any manner.there's so much about the system that needs to
be changed to benefit the kids, in many ways. I dont see the harm in
allowing a child to pray to his/her god if that what may give him/her
a sense of peace. i'm really not a holy-roller! just seeing that
things havent necessarily changed for the better within the classroom.
have a good week!
-- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "janahooks" <janahooks@y...> wrote:
> Hello, jos.been
> > i'm a headstart teacher, looking forward to the summer off! :)
> Ditto, sister! My kids are in Day 4 out of 6 days of standardized
> testing. We are all so o v e r it. (I teach art and tutor in
> reading, K-5.)
> jos, I don't know a thing about chakras and electricity, but I've
> poking around in gnosticism for a year with the help of thebrilliant
> people in this group. Coming from a good ol' Baptist background, Iall
> found it all a bit shocking (hey, maybe I do know something about
> electricity :), and this group is great for suggesting reading on a
> certain subject, referencing, and deciphering...without giving up
> the secrets too quickly. What fun is that? :)
> Anyway, thanks for being a headstart teacher.
- Hi Char
well it seems like a lot has happened and again, maybe it's not as
much as what other group members have experienced. Do you have
anything you could share? I'm jotting down all the books everyone is
referring. I wish there was a Gnostic bible study group around these
parts of Maine to discuss my readings with another person, but this
group will serve the purpose!
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>your experiences & more about your children. It sounds like you have
> Welcome to the group! I, personally, would love to hear more about
a wealth of things that you could share with us! (grin)
> Again, welcome!
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