Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Summer time, and BIG NEWS

Hello everyone, and I hope everyone has had a wonderful holiday weekend, so we are officially out of school, and summer has started. I am going to be working on a lot of summer projects that I plan to post about, but none of them will make sense is I do not reveal my BIG news (and part of the why I have not have many post).

As I have let you all know I was applying to get into a very selective graduate school program, and it was taking up a good bit of my time. Well the news is in and I got into the program!!! HOORAY!! So I will be getting my master's in Teaching in Learning in Urban Schools, from Peabody College (Vanderbilt University).

 I am telling you all this partly because I am really pumped up, and partly because my post will probably look a little different since I will be teaching in a Urban Middle School instead of an Suburban elementary school. I hope to still give out the same quality of ideas, and any feedback you all can give will be helpful and appreciated.

Oh and I couldn't leave you all with out a little bit of my end of the year fun we had so hear is a division song that I wrote for my kids to the popular song "Call Me, Maybe" it is called, "Division's, Easy," We mess up a little on the timing, but it was filmed in the last 30 minutes in on the last day of school. Enjoy, and leave me a comment if you need a lyrics sheet. :)

Thank you everyone for continuing to read my blog, and I hope that you get a lot of great ideas this summer!!

Mrs. B


  1. Congratulations! I have enjoyed your blog. My daughter is a teacher and looking for job in Metro.

  2. Thank you! I wish your daughter good luck, I love working for Metro Public Schools. We are currently on a hiring freeze, but I believe people are still taking interviews, and they are opening a new elementary school this year. :)

  3. Cute idea! I love using songs and music in my teaching. I would love a lyrics sheet.

  4. I love this! We sing all the time in my classroom. I would love your lyrics!