So Spring Break is over.
And it was greatly needed because we Didn't Get A Single Snow Day. Everyone's nerves are shot - kids and teachers alike - and it was nice to get away from each other.
So some came back with tans, others with great stories about awesome trips, and even others with...hormones.
It's that time of year, the sap is rising, the birds are singing, and sixth graders are turning into hormonal future seventh graders.
I was up in guidance flipping through the stack of write-ups that had been turned in (I like to see what is coming my way) when I noticed a trend. Lots of sixth graders, boys and girls both, are doing a lot of grabbing, hugging, and groping. A lot. .
"Holy moly," I said to the Guidance Goddess. "These kids have discovered the opposite sex in a big way."
She nodded. "You have no idea...it's nuts. I can't believe the write-ups I've been getting. It's like they've lost their minds."
And discovered sex.