Good Morning Students! As you know, today is a quick class – long enough for us to let you know how the Teaser went yesterday, have a Christmas Cheer from our fabulous Cheerleaders, then you can go home and spend the rest of the day with your families enjoying all the TREATS Santa brought you last night (assuming you were good boys and girls of course!).
“You can take it from me, not everyone in this room has been GOOD!!”
Well Madge, Ding Dong School would not be as much fun if we didn’t have a few “mavericks” in class………………now everyone let’s see how you all did yesterday with the Teaser shall we?
“We might be mavericks but we’re good mavericks!”
First we’ll let you know who our FIRST COMMENTER was yesterday………and we only had one although a couple of other students were VERY CLOSE to being in the first minute with our winner.
That’s right – Timmy is a REPEAT First Commenter – he wakes his Dad up early every Tuesday! HAHA This is for you Timmy:
Now here’s the photo you saw yesterday – it was provided by our Graphics Department but they let us down if they thought it would fool everyone – in fact almost everyone who guessed – guessed correctly! Our little Christmas gift to you………(kidding).
This is Old Montreal, Canada at Christmas……rather magical indeed.
WHO guessed the Teaser right FIRST?
Timmy you were ON FIRE this morning (well….you know what we mean!)
Concatulations Timmy – normally we’d have a special badge for a double win but we thought you’d like to have TWO BADGES from the Christmas post this year instead of one LOLLAPALOOZA.
There were MANY of you who also guessed Old Montreal – and if you were RIGHT then you get a special Christmas badge too! Please copy one for yourself!
And if you were WRONG – you get a CHRISTMAS TEASER BADGE of your very own too – nothing like a GREEN badge on Christmas!
Let’s just see what the Cheer Team has to say today then YOU CAN ALL GO HOME EARLY!
Students before you leave for the bus – please feel free to have some hot chocolate and Christmas cookies. You have been excellent students this past year and we just want you to know what a pleasure it is teaching such bright students.
Merry Christmas from The Professors