New Lead Teacher :)

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  1. MuckeyBusiness

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    Oct 16, 2013

    So I am currently an assistant teacher at my current job and my lead teacher just put in her 2 weeks. She accepted a directors position somewhere else. My boss just offered me her position and obviously I took it. I am so stinken excited. I've been a lead at all my other jobs but not here and now I am so I can't wait to start my lead position!!!

    Kind of revamping some things in the room and I was wondering what your daily sheets looked like. I don't really like ours but they're very simple. I also have kids that i'm potty training so I would like to put something about that on there too
     
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  3. TinyTeacher

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    Congrats!!!
     
  4. Blue

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    Our daily sheets included toileting information. I would add a section about toileting: times and results. If you have children in diapers, it tracks diaper changing.
     
  5. wyvern

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    I have no idea what "daily sheets" are.
     
  6. Blue

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    wyvern, a daily sheet is a summary of what the child did during the day. Not all programs use them. I have also used a white board as a way to convey information to parents.
     

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