Yay Sybil and Kelly! Here's a thought -- get a bedside cassette recorder
to capture all those thoughts from bedside? Once, that is, you can even
begin to think about anything at all besides discomfort. I know there's
that stage in recovery when the mind is going a million miles an hour, but
the body isn't ready...
Our small group will be there to help with the nitty-gritty, especially
with the new challenge of Kelly being at a different school.
Again, Mazel Tov! Frances
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>This is my first try to contact everyone. I hope I'm successful. HAPPY
>NEW YEAR!!! I wanted to pass on the old good news-bad news-good news.
>First the best of the good news:
>TEACHERS ACCEPTED FOR NATIONAL CONFERENCE
>Kenneth Cooper Middle School Library Media Specialist Sybil Connolly and U.
>S. History teacher Kelly Middendorf, now at Putnam City West High School,
>have recently been informed that their presentation proposal has been
>accepted. The Ninth National Conference and Exhibition of the American
>Association of School Librarians will be held in Birmingham, Alabama on
>November 10-14, 1999. Over 300 proposals from across the country and around
>the world were submitted for preconference sessions, showcases, and
>concurrent sessions. Their session involves the Internet and is titled,
>"Exploring the Nation's Library Online: Learning With the Library of
>Congress." Both teachers were selected to attend the Library of Congress
>American Memory Institute for Teachers last summer in Washington, D.C.
>Kelly and I are very excited to have our proposal accepted. I wrote the
>above for my principal and thought I might and well share it with you.
>Now for the bad news, I'm having surgery this Tues. and will be out for
>about six weeks. Now the silver lining in this is that once I can sit for
>any lenght of time, I plan on working on THE lesson plan. I probably won't
>even read let alone answer e-mails for at least a week or two. Talk to you
>as soon as I can.