“Blue Shirt Khaki Pants” Day – January 9, 2014

It happened again! My students dressed up in blue shirts and khaki pants for my birthday! (I promise, there is no grade or reward associated with this behavior.)

Here’s a picture that was taken during 2nd period:


They decorated my room and brought food for the occasion as well:


In 3rd period, I got another cake:


And here’s the girl who made it:


And another student who didn’t make it into the first picture:


Then, we took another picture after lunch, with more BSKPers. This was taken by the girl sitting in front:


It was a fantastic day!! I adore my students so much, and I hope they realize how good they look when they dress like this!!

Thank you all for another great memory!!


About blueshirtkhakipants

IB Math Teacher, Pianist, Canadian, Husband, Father of Two

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