Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The Plot Thickens

For those of you who have been following the progress of DD's new kindergarten due to begin on Monday morning, there was some activity this afternoon. Still nothing had changed by the time we went out for tea at 4pm so it must have all happened between 4 and 6.15pm when we returned. (I'm writing this at almost 7pm).

For those who missed the previous posts and before pictures - they are here (An Empty Plot) and here (The Plot Unravels).

Ta-Da! here it is... Impressive eh? - Not!


No need to panic though as there are still three working days until they open for the school year.

16 comments:

  1. Hmm interesting, hope it all gets sorted very soon. Mich x

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  2. As someone might have once said, two holes are better than one.

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  3. Wow, I'd be freaking out right now! I give you credit for your sense of calm..

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    1. If I were on my own I probably would be but as I can be a bit flexible with working and there are many mothers out of the 30+ who cannot - they are on top of things to make sure some provision is made for Monday. Parents' meeting Sunday night!

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  4. Some of the ganim are being built by bringing prefab buildings onto sites that have been prepared for this. Maybe this will happen in the next few days for you?

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    1. This is pre-fab but still, 2 working days to go is cutting it a bit fine - even for Israel.

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  5. Oh no ... you've got to be kidding me? This is becoming rather comical ;o)

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    1. Yes, I find laughing helps otherwise I'd cry.

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  6. Not good :( Have you had any contact from the nursery?

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    1. Yes we are in constant email contact with the teacher and all the parents on the emailing list. We are all still expecting to start on Monday. A tractor is moving some earth around now and there is an electric cable draped across our road (quite low) to I think there is electricity - just nowhere to hang it.

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  7. When Eden's school opened two years ago, with grades one through five, most of the classes's pre-fab buildings arrived just days before the school year opened. Since the approval for fifth grade had only been given a couple of weeks before, they didn't have their classroom until a month later. They used a public building on the moshav until then.

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    1. I expect the adjoining school to give us a room if there is no pre-fab for us.

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    1. Hahaha - yes we're striving for the simple life. When I said the plot thickens, we were hoping for something a bit thicker than this.

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