Monday, July 8, 2013

Coloring Within the Lines, 2015

Havar, fall, 2015
Principal: Ilila Peterson; Primary Teacher K: Jasmine Frankson; Primary Teacher 1 & 2: Walter Gibson; Primary Teacher 3 & 4: Henry Mendenhall; Primary Teacher 5 & 6: Rosemarie Mendenhall

Primary Students: Lilly Ana McMillian, Alia Shae Wilsonoff-Sagacious, and Udar Shazad are in 6th grade; Ana Rayne Wilsonoff, Jeremy Kent, Lora McMillian, Indira Grey and Craig Smith are in 5th grade; Jacob Carr, Richmond Grey, Lesia McMillian, Olivia Humphrey and Christopher Smith are in 4th grade; Abigal Carr, Vivienne Humphrey and Robin Wren are in 3rd grade; Ari Wilsonoff-Sagacious, Ava Wilsonoff-Sagacious, Owen Smith and Maisie Smith are in 2nd grade, Brooklyn Peterson, Jude Peterson, Claudio Pentragnani, Starling Wren and Nicholas Keller are in 1st grade; Albert Frankson, Isabella Pentragnani and Palila Wren are in kindergarten.

Ilila didn't know what to do about Alia Shae. 

Sometimes she was taking a turn for the better with excellent conduct.

Other times, Ilila needed aspirin to deal with the girl 

and another aspirin to deal with her mother, Lydia. 

Thankfully she had some sweet students to make her rounds as principal brighter. 

Isabella was a sweet little girl and Ilila knew her very well considering that her mother, Krissy, was a teacher at the secondary school and that they lived next door to each other. Brandon joked that their section of rowhomes should be known as teachers' corner since all the occupants were educators. At least it meant that the children were well behaved and it was a quiet section for thier family.

Her own son, Jude, seemed to follow Isabella whereever she was. The two were inseperable during recess and on playdates and she thought it was sweet that her son had a friend, especially considering he was the least outgoing of the twins. Brooklyn was a social butterfly and she was always on the phone talking to her "bestest" friends and begging to bring home friends for dinner.

Classes were going well. The newest students were enjoying school and the joys of going to the bathroom alone and not needing help.

While the older students were preparing for harder work and the excitement of being able to participate in extracurricular activities.

While the senior students were looking forward to secondary school and their teacher was looking forward to some of them leaving.

For the most part, the primary school was predictable and tame

except for the fire in the lunch room. Thank goodness, Ilila had decided to order some buffet tables for the secondary school. 


  1. Wow, you have lots of kidlets in Apple Valley!

    It is sweet that Isabella and Jude have become friends, especially since Jude is a less outgoing type. The worrying thing is that I'm hearing wedding bells already, but that could just be the semi-reformed micromanager in me talking. :P

    1. I hear wedding bells too! Although at the moment they're strictly friends since they're at the age where boys and girls are cool as friends and they don't have cooties yet, lol! Thanks for reading and commenting.

  2. "and another aspirin to deal with her mother, Lydia. "

    LOL! This is so often the case with troublesome students!

    Isabella and Jude's friendship sounds sweet. I have a soft spot for the shyer sims. :)

    1. Lydia can be a handful to manage herself, that's where Alia Shae gets it from, lol. I can imagine Lydia causing her own trouble when she was younger as well. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  3. Love the aspirin comment! I can totally imagine the headache she could induce! There are so many cute little kids here, totally sweet. Glad there wasn't too much damage from the fire, and no deaths, whew! I adore the little preschool room.

    1. Thank you, the new school is working really well, but the fire wasn't expected. I almost didn't write it in. I haven't decided if I'll just add buffet tables to the cafeteria instead, at least I can chose healthier options for the kiddos instead of mac and cheese, lol. Thanks or reading and commenting.


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