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About the author


Jordan Saez is a teacher, writer, and God-lover from Lewes, Delaware. She has been teaching for three years and has been writing and publishing stories since first grade. Jordan LOVES kids and she enjoys teaching math, social studies, and Spanish. When she isn't teaching or writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies, or curling up with a good book.
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The Last Day of School?

Overview


What were you doing on the last day of school? What is your favorite memory?
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Description


The Last Day of School? Really? No one expected schools to close or to have so many unexpected pajama days. Everyone was doing their regular, every day thing...but what exactly were they doing in school on the last day before school closed? Teacher and author Jordan Saez reflects on the wonderful memories that teachers and students created together in the classroom before remote learning was launched. The Last Day of School not only commemorates the Coronavirus Pandemic, but also highlights the importance of classroom community, relationships, flexibility and lifelong learning.
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Overview


What were you doing on the last day of school? What is your favorite memory?

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Description


The Last Day of School? Really? No one expected schools to close or to have so many unexpected pajama days. Everyone was doing their regular, every day thing...but what exactly were they doing in school on the last day before school closed? Teacher and author Jordan Saez reflects on the wonderful memories that teachers and students created together in the classroom before remote learning was launched. The Last Day of School not only commemorates the Coronavirus Pandemic, but also highlights the importance of classroom community, relationships, flexibility and lifelong learning.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:School & Education

Language:English

Pages:42

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781098325121


Overview


What were you doing on the last day of school? What is your favorite memory?

Read more

Description


The Last Day of School? Really? No one expected schools to close or to have so many unexpected pajama days. Everyone was doing their regular, every day thing...but what exactly were they doing in school on the last day before school closed? Teacher and author Jordan Saez reflects on the wonderful memories that teachers and students created together in the classroom before remote learning was launched. The Last Day of School not only commemorates the Coronavirus Pandemic, but also highlights the importance of classroom community, relationships, flexibility and lifelong learning.

Read more

About the author


Jordan Saez is a teacher, writer, and God-lover from Lewes, Delaware. She has been teaching for three years and has been writing and publishing stories since first grade. Jordan LOVES kids and she enjoys teaching math, social studies, and Spanish. When she isn't teaching or writing, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies, or curling up with a good book.

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