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In the 7 days ending May 26:

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Friday May 25 #

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Today: Mel & Adam teach 3 PE classes; each is a double class with 40 kids. Kindergarten, first grade, and 3rd grade.
Ethan, Marie and Tomas work with 2 middle school PE classes, and Ethan has CRLS practice.

Thursday May 24 #

Bicycling 1:00:00 [2]

To Danehy with trailer, back, to work, back.
80 6th graders at Danehy today. Complicated set-up. 2 hour score-O with stations sprinkled throughout. Identified a couple kids who would be good on a team.

Tuesday May 22 #

Bicycling 24:00 [2]

Workshop conference thing in Cambridge.

Sat down, put my OUSA jacket over a chair to save it, went out to get food in the lobby. Came back and the guy sitting next to me introduced himself and said he had been involved in making the OUSA website with Greg Lennon! (Hi, Dan)

Later, talked to a researcher (Elizabeth M) who volunteers with Science Club for Girls, and suggested I contact them about some sort of orienteering / science partnership. Also she'll put me in touch with Tufts mountaineering club, who might be a good resource.

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This week:

  • 4 days (11 PE classes) of orienteering at Cambridge Street Upper School. Classic point-to-point, 4 courses, leaderboard, epunching.
  • 1 day at Morse Elementary - kids from K through 5. The 5th graders will teach the younger kids.
  • 5 days of CRLS practice
  • 5 middle school practice sessions for 4 middle schools.
  • 100 6th graders for a morning
  • 12 pre-kindergarteners, Animal-O, Boston
  • 4 after school classes, K-5.
  • CSU park-O - yay!
  • The first of 10+ days of teaching PE classes at K-5 schools in Cambridge


Let's see, I think that is probably around 450 different kids.

I helped out at one of the middle school PE classes at CSUS yesterday, so that Mel, Marie and Tomas could make it to the pre-K class in Boston. Ethan, Mel, Marie and Tomas had it down to a science. Ethan told me what to do and I did it; it was great. The PE teacher is pretty happy with us. And we are pretty happy with him.

Adam is moving in today. Mel arrived on Friday. Marie and Tomas have settled in. Ethan is still here, thank goodness. Evalin arrives next week. Eric Bone making an appearance; hoping he'll help with WOD. Isabel will help; she moved to an apartment in Somerville as there is no room at the inn.

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