- To help teachers plan better, we are publishing all the Minutes for the upcoming school week at about 4:00 PM on Saturdays. You will then be able to scroll down and see all five Minutes at once.
- We are cleaning up the tags so that you can find relevant posts. Authors will be listed alphabetically by first name and then last name. That's because we can't put a comma between last name and first name on the tag without creating two tags (an unfortunate feature of the Weebly platform .)
- There will be quite a few new Minutes because holidays and birthdays don’t necessarily fall on the same weekday as last year, and we want to still be timely. We also have some new members we want to showcase. Here's the lineup for our first week of publication, which is only four days since Monday is Labor Day:
9/8 How to Interview a Historic Building by Andrea Warren
9/9 What Is a Light Year? by David M. Schwartz
9/10 Pee-ew! Something Is Rotten in Rome by Sarah Albee
9/11 September 11, 2001 a poem by Vicki Cobb
Please comment and make suggestions as to how else we can make it easier for you to work with our posts.
We hope that you and your students will enjoy every Minute.
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