I have groceried.

I am laundering.

And now, while I wait to move clothing to the dryer, I shall spreadsheet!

(We need an easy to access document to manage attendance on a rotating ABC day schedule that doesn't fit into our County's AB day schedule.)

Spreadsheeting is 1/2 done.

(K-2 classes organized, grades 3-5 are a nebulous idea.)

I know I made some things harder for myself.

I also know I found some workflow ideas that made things a lot easier.

I'm counting this as a win because I already know our grade 3-5 class lists are getting adjusted so working on it today would mean I still have to go back and fix it.

@crash every tuesday all students are to practice social distancing by standing in the hall 6 feet apart for 8 hours straight

@venatus I would never do this to the teachers expected to watch those students.

@crash teachers are encouraged to play DnD and/or shadowrun in the teachers lounge. we assume the children will behave on the honor system

@venatus The Teachers' Lounge is where hope goes to die.

So this plan could work, but they'd have to play Call of Cthulhu or maybe Curse of Strahd.

(Also everyone would be fired for leaving the children unattended, but we both know I'm responding to a joke response.)

@crash *corporate America voice* we've decided that for *check watch* seven days a week you are personally responsibly for 200 kids, also were cutting your hours to 20 a week so we don't have to give you health insurance. have fun bye!

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