RAY: Pretty good. I'm feeling relaxed…at least compared to last week. Smiles.
DANIELLE: I know. State testing is a busy time!
RAY: No kidding.
DANIELLE: How did it go with Emma?
RAY: It went well. Emma didn't seem to struggle during the test. I could tell that she had some experience listening to math items being read aloud.
DANIELLE: Sounds like it went smoothly.
RAY: But you probably should know Emma was a bit distracted. I had set up a science experiment for later in the day with levers and pulleys. She asked a couple questions about them. There's a lot of fun stuff in a science classroom.
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