Today we had an unexpected evacuation and had to leave our school. I discovered a child in my class doesn't have a winter coat--and the high today was 20 degrees. I gave up mine while we walked to (and then from) our evac location but the whole time I couldn't stop thinking about the kid waiting for a bus in early morning winter temps--early this week it was below zero with the wind chill. I arranged today to get the child a coat but I still can't quit thinking about it. I work in an urban school and hear and see lots of sad things every day that just really get me down about what all of the students are going through just to get to school every day. I don't want to say it depresses me but I want to save them all and I know I can't. Do you ever get "used" to it, where it doesn't haunt you at night?