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If I Ran the Zoo...

You would have thought we had a zoo in school yesterday.

Interviews for our positions have started and yesterday four music applicants were at school. And one of them was tall. Really tall. Like 7'1" tall.

But, you have thought out student have never seen a tall person before. He was in the teacher's lounge during break. My room happens to be the closest to the teacher's lounge and after our morning break, there was a slow and steady line of student by my door, rubber necking to look at the tall man.

They could not get over how tall he was. I found it funny, really. I mean he is just tall. He doesn't have a third arm or anything. And one of the students in our school is 6'9", which is pretty tall too. We are a tall Dutch community. Being tall is not that unusual.

So, I really hope that doesn't taint his view of our school. We will see what happens if he ends up being the one who is offered the job.

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