Well, Monday is a BIG DAY! I am
sure that you have heard that there
is going to be a total eclipse today.
The last one was on June 8, 1918.
Of course, not everyone will see a
total eclipse, some will see a partial
eclipse and some will not see anything.
Where are you in the path?
We are right there in the
100 % area. Should be
interesting for sure!
Our school district provided
appropriate eyewear for
students and staff. So we will
be prepared and Mr. Ken got
his glasses from our friend.
They are the right kind too.
The eclipse will begin here
around 11:41 and be at it's
peak at 1:08 then finish around
Our kids will observe from inside
due to the fact that most will not
leave their glasses on and we as
staff will rotate outside to view
the happenings. The rest of the
building will go outside with
their grade levels and watch the
This has become a BIG event
all over the metropolitan area.
Some schools are closed, there
are watch parties and a lot of
kids will be absent tomorrow
to be with their families. Many
have traveled from all over to
see the eclipse.
Can't wait to see what takes
place. If I get pics, I'll post them.
I believe NASA will have some-
thing on their website for those
who can't see it in their area.
Be safe if you are in the viewing
See you Wednesday!!
~Keep on Dreaming~