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A Very Busy Man
By Kathleen W. Redman
1 Mr. Mason gets up early every morning. He gets up before everyone else in his family. He gets up before most of his neighbors. His day starts very early since he has so much to do during the day. Mr. Mason stays very busy. That's because Mr. Mason is an elementary school principal.
2 Mr. Mason starts working just as soon as he gets to school. His first job today is to meet with all the kindergarten, first, and second grade teachers. There are new programs he has to discuss with all the teachers. It's a lot to explain, and the teachers have many questions.
3 Next, Mr. Mason has to make announcements. He tells all the elementary school students about Pajama Day this Friday. All the students may wear pajamas instead of regular clothes. He also tells everyone that there will be a special assembly tomorrow about a new reading program.
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