Cartoons about Life at Lincoln Middle School (Diana Bledsoe)

For my monthly feature of cartoons, I offer a few created by Diana Bledsoe. I met Diana through my blog. I read hers and saw that she did cartoons about a fictitious middle school. I thought readers would like to see some of her renderings about life in middle school for kids, teachers, and administrators. She told me that she is a “cartoonist who has been in the education field for over 15 years: first as a volunteer, then a teacher and currently as an administrator. My cartoons are inspired by my daily interactions with students and educational professionals.
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5 responses to “Cartoons about Life at Lincoln Middle School (Diana Bledsoe)

  1. Bridget

    Priceless… I love Stewart and Eddie!

  2. Bridget

    Now days you have to have a sense of humor in order to survive in education. Especially of you work with Middle Schoolers. :-)

  3. You would enjoy my husband’s comic strip at http://www.mrfitz.com. He has been a middle school teacher for over twenty years and his strip appears six days a week in the Daytona Beach News-Journal. Check it out!

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