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Sunday, October 5, 2014
As I closed out my last embedded day at Collins High School, I marvel at not only how fast my time went there, but how quickly time has gone by since I began in Shelby County. October 1 marked three months with the district. My work days have some winged feet.
But back to Collins! I was fortunate to meet so many wonderful educators during my embedded stay. (And there are some more #ShelbyTUITshoutout's from Collins in the pipeline.) Thanks to all that came to one of my PDs, asked a hard question, or shared a resource with me.
Before I go, one last nod to Collins's principal Mr. Leeper. I've appreciated every time he's retweeted me (from @MLCTitanNation), and his weekly Smore flyers inspired me to make my own when I wanted to publicize some district PD. He attended one of those very presentations, in fact, and afterwards asked, "How do you find all of these tools I haven't heard of?" Which reminds me of something from Tim Burton's 1989 version of Batman: