I get to cross something off the list!
From Monday, with items crossed off:
- Finish putting up bulletin boards including moving assistants over a few inches.
Set up speech therapy shelf/area. Talk with admin about list of screenings.
- Start arranging K screenings from summer referrals.
Discuss set up of groups, re: timing, avoiding core teaching times Organize groups for next week. I've been procrastinating because it's going to take a huge chunk of time. Must be done
- Organize my speech area in main classroom/office
- Have duplicate keys made on way home for all locking file cabinets. I'd like a set for each SLP (2), my assistant, and the principal. The last for back up. There were 4 locking file cabinets in the room I've inherited and only one had a key.
- Set up my speech area.
- Continue decluttering main classroom/office.
- Once I know my schedule I need to start scheduling my non-intensive and intervention preschoolers.
- Start scheduling non-intensive and intervention preschoolers.
- Set up the speech area (seriously, just do it!)
- declutter, declutter, declutter
- make those duplicate keys
- Organize speech area AND make a plan for Monday's groups.
- Start arranging K screenings.
- Finish setting up my calendar with IEP dates and important school dates. Oh, I need to go get a set of highlighters. Mine are all dry.
- Make teachers a copy of their speech students' goals and classroom accommodations with cover letter. Distribute.
- Make teachers a copy of the speech schedule.
- Oh, yeah, the bulletin boards. These just keep falling farther and farther down the list.
At the beginning of the day I had the pleasure of meeting and talking with one of our interns. At the end of the day my site's intern came by and I enjoyed another good conversation. This young woman is teaching me so much about organization. I told her I was thrilled to be learning from her.
Time to knit. I need to get the current clue well underway in my mystery shawl loom along. I was too tired to knit last night. Not going to let tonight get too far away from me.