Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Whatever Wednesday -- Becoming a "Room Mom"

I somehow got talked into being the "Room Liaison" for Daisy's class.  That's the Fancy way to say Room Mom.  She is super excited.  I'm trying to be.  :)

I talked to the Teacher last Friday and asked what she needed long term and if there was anthing I could do short term until I can get everything organized with the other parents.  She said she had some lamination to cut out.  I said, "Oh problem."  Then she showed me the lamination she needed cut.  I almost wet myself.  HOLY SMOKES!

This is what I started with.

This is after an hour and a half with my handy-dandy paper cutter (thank you Costco).

This is what I still have left.  This will take me at least a few hours because each strip has 4-6 little squares and there are over 75.  Yeah me!


Tara @ Tara Being Tara said...

Um, whoa! I would bump: "Force other parents to join a committee" to the top of your to-do list!!!

Emma said...

Thank goodness for parent volunteers! Imagine what the teacher would have to do if you parents weren't willing to do it. I know! I got stuck doing it all when I was doing my student teaching! said...

Yikes!! I'm usually a room parent every year but this year, I'm taking a break. I want to watch the Halloween Parade for once and actually enjoy it (it's her last year of elementary school). I"m sure the teacher really appreciates what you're doing to help!!!

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Life in Rehab said...

As the wife of a teacher, you madam are a GODDESS!!!!

Maryle said...

WOW!!! Sarah, you are truly an angel. Good luck with that. When I get there I'll help you with other projects.

Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

Great job! You are AWESOME!
Bonnie :)

Grammy Goodwill said...

Sorry but I had to laugh when I saw your pile. As a middle school teacher, I never had a room mother but I did have a husband. Many nights he watched tv and cut out stuff for me. I've even taken it with me on road trips, and once even a bus trip.
You're doing a great service.