LEAVING 2020

WITH ONE THING TO HOLD ONTO…

“Twenty-twenty is over. Finally.

Not the jokes or memes. Not the social, economic, or political repercussions. And certainly not the coronavirus.

After nine months of disappointment, whatever hope we are entering 2021 with is guarded at best…”

Continue reading: https://cainspirations.blog/2021/01/03/leaving-2020

FINDING YOUR FOOTING

ON SHAKY GROUND…

“This has been a year of many things, but above all, it has been a year of fear.

And now that flu season has re-entered the scene, COVID case counts are climbing with a vengeance.

Fear.

Last week, I sent dozens and dozens of students home due to contact tracing on positive cases.

Fear.

Then, a fellow teacher and friend tested positive. Someone I had most definitely been within six feet of. And I developed a cough and a sore throat.

Fear.

So what do you do when you’ve been hit from all sides? When your plans can’t possibly keep up with the ever-changing and increasingly-unpleasant circumstances of the day, hour, or even minute?”

Continue reading: https://cainspirations.blog/2020/11/19/finding-your-footing

MAKING THE GRADE

DESPITE DISRUPTIONS!

How can you achieve excellence when things are mediocre at best?

“It’s back to school time in Tennessee!

And not just virtual school. Real, in-person school. And let’s just say that has raised anxiety levels a little.”

Continue reading: https://cainspirations.blog/2020/08/20/making-the-grade/