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Jessica Cabeen Sep 12
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Mr. Farrington Sep 5
First staff gathering= WhirlyBall ball! So much fun! great time with awesome teachers!
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Jessica Cabeen Sep 21
It doesn’t matter how you do it, just get out there and do it. Dean Karnazes
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Jessica Cabeen Sep 21
We...are...back. Saturday homework
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Jessica Cabeen 7h
Finding pause in the pace of life today.
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Brandon Johnson Jul 8
Replying to @JessicaCabeen
Thanks! I was trying to channel my 😁
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Amber Teamann Jun 3
I love my job, genuinely. After doing it for 17 years, I can’t imagine not having a summer slow down to pause, refresh, and allow a more relaxed pace...
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Kelley Begley McCall Aug 11
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Jessica Cabeen Sep 8
Take courage hold on be strong, remember where our help comes from.
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Jessica Cabeen Sep 7
You must do the things you think you can not do. Eleanor Roosevelt
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Myownrealestate Apr 16
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Michael Miller Apr 6
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Michael Earnshaw Apr 2
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Kip Lynk May 17
Got here just in time to see Mya’s (lane 3)100 hurdles. Love spending a Friday night watching my kids do what they love.
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Bridget Belcastro Mar 14
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Tami Staloch-Schultz Jul 17
Started the day with climbing and yoga at Minnehaha Park. Finding clarity and inspiration for the upcoming year. Take time for yourself to refresh. You deserve it.
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Amber Teamann Apr 8
Better..or better enough.
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Andy Timmer Jun 5
If you don’t have one of these and are an educator you should. It helps make the rough days a little better.
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Tami Staloch-Schultz Jun 18
Reflecting at the lake this morning before joining colleagues across the state for our SOE committee meeting.
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Jessica Cabeen Sep 14
Over the years, I’ve given myself a thousand reasons to keep running, but it always comes back to where it started. It comes down to self-satisfaction and a sense of achievement. Steve Prefontaine
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