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A Message from the Principal
Sometimes, everything can stop for a minute. This week, while my own kids were finishing up homework and getting things ready for the next day, we took a moment to go outside and look at the super moon lunar eclipse. The incredible thing about this eclipse, and boy it is aging me, is that I remember the last one in 1982 (just in case you are wondering, the next one will happen in 2033).
While my family and I watched this, we were all tuned into this phenomenon. We stood in the backyard and watched and gazed. Though we talked about it briefly, words were not necessary. It was just a chance to be together and see something that we will not see for another eighteen years. I won’t forget this not just because it was the super moon, but because I spent this time with my family.
In past issues, I have written my column focusing on taking those moments as a family to enjoy time together. It is always wonderful to practice what you preach.
In the coming months, there will be other experiences to look up into the sky (October 21st, November 18th, and December 14th) to see meteor showers. I hope you will take the time to enjoy these spectacular wonders with your families. I know I will.