Join in a Day of Silence and Prayers

Words cannot begin to say what needs to be said. I can't even watch the news still without many tears flowing, thinking about my students and my own children.  All I can do is pray for the families and students of Sandy Hook.

We just had an unannounced lockdown drill a little over a week ago, and my friend and I had 12 kids in my closet, scared to death because the door on her side didn't lock.  We held it in place with all of our strength, while one kid kept hitting the file cabinet, sounding like gunshots.  What a relief to find out that it was just a drill, but I know that my adrenaline was pumping!  My friend and I passed the test, but many other teachers did not.  They locked their doors but continued to teach.  I can't imagine what may have happened if it were real.  Yesterday, I had the other side of the closet locked and locked my closet door too.  I want to make sure that my students stay safe at all times.

Farley at Oh Boy Fourth Grade wants teacher bloggers to unite tomorrow, Sunday, December 16, 2013 for a day of silence by posting only the image below with the title Silence for Sandy Hook Elementary to show support.  Join us tomorrow for a day of silence.

Thanks to The 3AM Teacher for the Heart Graphic.

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