Jack started Tae Kwon Do last year, and he’s loving it. Here’s the “professional” shot that we got last year from the studio:
Follow that up with this year, where Jack AND Grayson are taking the class:
We’re in trouble!
Just got this email from Jack’s teacher… Can’t wait to congratulate Jack on his GREAT report card (no matter what it actually says, it’ll be great… I want him to learn to enjoy getting report cards and learning how to use them as a source of power and fulfillment):
From: Jill Brumley
Subject: Report Cards
Date: October 22, 2010 12:34:29 PM CDT
Report cards are coming home today! The children did a great job- Please sign the envelope and return next week.
Explanation of Kindergarten Academic Grades
– 4 means ADVANCED. The student is working a year above grade level on a consistent basis.
– 3 means SKILLED. The student is working at grade level and has a deep and thorough understanding of the concept/skill.
– 2 means BASIC UNDERSTANDING. The student is working AT GRADE LEVEL and has a BASIC UNDERSTANDING of the concept/skill.
– 1 means NEEDS IMPROVEMENT. The student is working BELOW grade level.
Today, Jack was crying a little in the TV room, so I walked in and asked him what was wrong.
He said “Grayson hit me in the eye” and he whimpered a little.
I turned to Grayson and asked “What did you hit him with?”
Grayson pivoted his torso just a little, tilted his head, and with one crazy evil eye he whispered “with my magic powers”.