Tuesday, February 24, 2009

I know this is a TOOTH blog, but I have to help a friend out.

If you're reading this, orthobloggers, a good friend of mine needs help. She's an elementary music teacher who teaches music in a converted SHOWER room. She's also a finalist in a contest for a $25,000 classroom makeover by Expo... so, if you would be so kind, vote for her here:

http://expoclassroommakeover.com/officedepot/main.taf?p=2 - and vote for #6, Kristin Woodford from Springfield, OR.

Alright, back to our regularly scheduled program....


holski said...

done =)

mcgee33 said...

done here, too! :-)

Aimee said...


V said...

Gosh, of course, that is outrageous!

The other entries are hilarious for trying to point-score... 'Can't see the US maps' (for all the 'patriots') and do you guys call special needs kids 'exceptional needs' as a widespread thing????


stephanie said...

Thanks, guys!!

And YES... they all sound kind of pathetic (US Maps and "Lack of seats for students"...) Those are curriculuar, needs the school should fix. Her problem is physical space that is viable for elementary music!

And this is my 3rd full year is education, and I've only heard it called "exeptional needs" once. They're usually special needs. LOL.