The kids received their school schedule at the beginning of the month.
Cohort #1 goes to school Mondays and Wednesdays and Cohort #2 attends school Tuesdays and Thursdays. Both my kids are in cohort #1.
I immediately had a question.
“What the hell are cohorts?!?!”
And I thought maybe this term just applies to my kid’s school but I talked to a friend with kids in a completely different school district and, YUP!, also cohorts.
I like the word because it sounds very close to cahoots, which makes sense because it sounds like groups of children would get together to conspire to drive their parents insane for the next nine months.
I’m sure there’s an incredibly good reason the kids are referred to as cohorts and not groups. I’m sure someone will email, DM, or comment as to the reason.
I’m sure the first homeschool question from my kids will be “what’s a cohort?”
Other Stuff I Did When I Wasn’t Writing Notes
Some days you’ve just got to treat yourself and shampoo your crotch too
— Chris Illuminati (@chrisilluminati) August 28, 2020
- This guy is one hell of a boyfriend.
- This 3-year-old getting wrapped up in a kite and lifted 30 feet off the ground is every parent’s nightmare.
- Some college students just don’t give a crap about COVID-19.
- These Krispy Kreme employees got super bored at work and glazed a doughnut 25 times and the result makes my teeth hurt.
- On this week’s episode of “We Run This”, Nick and I discuss the benefits and drawbacks of running every day and talk about a guy who’s run 8 miles every day for the last 45 years.
- On “Not About Wrestling”, I talk to independent wrestler, actor, and Mr. Entertainment, RJ City. He’s in the new documentary “You Cannot Kill David Arquette.”
RJ City – “Not About Wrestling” Episode #3
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