It's Friday. I can TOTALLY tell. The kids are antsy, teachers are tired, and the behavior is out of the norm.
But I must share THE craziest thing to happen during my 9 years of teaching. Get ready. This is good. :)
While walking around and monitoring during lunch, a pack of silverware flies across the table and falls at my feet. I look up to figure out where it came from. Before I can begin my "investigation," the little guy sitting directly beside me picks up his milk carton. In true Real Housewives fashion, he splashes some of it in the face of another little guy sitting across the table. As I am in my "Holy cow! This is actually happening!" moment of shock, he proceeds to sling the milk carton, emptying the rest of the milk all over the little guy. :(
As if that wasn't enough, we had the 2nd fire drill (both on Fridays) while we were in the media center for our weekly lesson/checkout time. Most of the kids did well, but two just lost it. Something clicked. We managed to get back insisde in time to go to Specials (thank goodness).
On top of all this, I'm flying out to Chicago for the weekend for my sister-in-law's 30th birthday. I really don't know how I'm going to make it, but I'm sure I will. I hope all of you are able to relax this weekend and wind down from the week. It is SO necessary.
So I must know...what the craziest thing you've ever witnessed/experienced at school??? Y'all know these kids are endless, unpredictable entertainment!!!