On Friday, we said goodbye to Miss Mulder. Those 10 weeks simply FLEW by. We shared so much and learned so much together, it is hard to let her go. We exchanged parting gifts, hugs, laughs, and more hugs. She brought treats and the students all signed a giant card they made for her. She has been such a big help to me, I am worrying about doing it on my own again! She is staying in our building for 4 more weeks to do her student teaching experience in our elementary. I may have to wander down there and make she she is doing OK on the other end of the building! She gave me the coolest card that she had made and said, "I know that us being placed together was no accident". She is a special one and will make someone a very fine teacher. I am so honored that I was part of her journey. I will miss you Kelly! Thanks for spending a little time with us in junior high and high school art at West Lyon.
Yep....I'm still short!!! I look like my mom.
I FEEL LIKE MY MOM.
I feel like Kelly's mom.
Hard to let her go, hard to let her grow up. Kelly said she would probably be singing in class before you know it. Kelly, "I hope you dance"!!!
8th hour art-
Why is it so much fun to make faces?
Kelly was technically done, but still offering assistance.
That's the good teacher in her! I am definitely going
to miss the extra pair of hands!
7th hour art-
3rd hour art-
Kelly made many friends. Here she is with Nick, Vonda and Brandon!