School Days and Preschool Days, Too:
A treasury of anecdotes culled from my work and play as a preschool worker and an elementary school after- school activities supervisor



      A little boy came with his class down to our preschool room, the end-of-day pickup point for parents, at around 5:30 this afternoon. One of the teachers in his afternoon class had painted children's faces, and this boy's had very creative orange and black lines that I thought represented a tiger.
      The boy's dad came a little while later. Enthused, I greeted the father by shouting, "Oh! Alan's s a tiger!"
      The dad laughed a little sheepishly and said, "Yes!" He was able to agree with me wholeheartedly, without even having seen his son's face.

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