A normal work day
My normal workday starts at 11pm. We go in and clock in. My partner Chuck generally goes downstairs and takes USDA temps and sets up for breakfast, then he does the schedule 2 drug count and sharps count. While he is doing this I am figuring the tracking sheets for each child and averaging them. Then I record the daily score on the caledars on each of their doors and make copies of the tracking sheets. Then I put the averages in the computer as well as the daily level of each child and the USDA head count of who ate at the cottage that day. Once all of this is done I do the filing. This is usually all finished by 12am. Then we sit and play computer games or do crossword puzzles until 5 am when we start getting boys up for showers. Everyone is awake and cleaning their rooms by 6:15am. They got to breakfast at 6:45 and have until 7:15 to eat. Then they do their chores and go to school by 8. I get off at 7 right now.