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Frosted Flakes: Summer’s Coming and New Husker Volunteer Volleyball Coach

Also, the ever mysterious female octopus

Weather in Brandenburg - Around Potsdam Photo by Annette Riedl/picture alliance via Getty Images

Thursday is the last day of school for my students and Friday is my last day. Somehow this year has seemed harder than last year.

The students have been making it pretty clear for the last couple weeks that they are more than ready for summer to start and the craziness that we have planned for this week will amp that up even more.

We had field day yesterday, science experiment day today, and tomorrow we finally get to go back to having our 3rd grade kickball tournament. Hopefully my class will pull off a win.

Summer is coming and we all can’t wait.


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