Once you have taken care of closing out the school year, find some time to recharge your own battery and rejuvenate.
The end of the school year can be both exhilarating and exhausting. It’s the culmination of a year’s worth of work and relationship building. While it can be hard to let your students go, you are probably also looking for a break and a chance to recharge over the summer. After all that you’ve done for your students and families throughout the school year, you deserve this chance for some personal time.
In this collection, we offer some tips for closing down the school year positively and successfully. We also suggest a few ideas for how you can take advantage of some well-deserved time off and recharge your batteries for the fall.
Prepare for the End of the Year: Develop a Summer Plan
Create a teacher instructional letter and student summer safety plan to set staff, students, and families up for a safe summer of self-care.
Prepare for the End of the Year: Tips for Closing the Year Feeling Accomplished
Create a positive ending to the school year with a small win, a passion project, and skill improvement.
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