Not to jinx myself, but...
The children are fun, the program is intriguing, and the teachers are mostly enthusiastic.
I am excited to start teaching, next week, maybe. I'm supposed to just observe this week, though mostly I'm performing similar things to that of a paraeducator (assisting, taking over if the teacher needs to leave the room for a minute).
My favorite children comments/questions so far include:
"Teacher, you are too beautiful." (And a reprise of "You're still too beautiful," the next day.)
"Are you pregnant?" (No lead up, just a random out-of-the-blue question. Later in the day this child asked my CT the same question.)
An awestruck, "Did you just talk Spanish?!" after I told some girls to keep their hands to themselves, in Spanish because they weren't listening when I talked to them in English, and we were in the hallway which is language neutral territory (you are allowed to speak in Spanish or English in language neutral places).