- One of our students called our principal "Mr. Short-dick" today. He’s already on the list to be retained if he doesn’t get his act together, and missing school because of his profanity will not help the situation. It’s especially bad when you consider that the principal is the person who will decide whether or not a student will be retained. It pains me to think that this student is shooting himself in the foot because he’s too cool to act the way he’s supposed to. He’s not going to feel very cool when he has to spend next year back here.
- Another student came to school today with a "grill." This is three hundred dollars worth of silver attatched to his front teeth. He looks like a fool. I mean 100% pure, unadulterated, fool. How will our kids ever make it when they don’t have the money to eat lunch, and then their parents go and spend $300 on stupid, fake teeth?
- Finally, a group of kids came from the high school to help mentor our kids. They’e been especially selected to be a part of a mentoring team called the stars. One of our kids told one of the mentors that she wsa just "a rich white girl from (insert name of affluent middle school here)." Needless to say we are embarrassed and ashamed. We work so hard to teach them the right thing and still they act like they don’t know their butt from their elbow.
We’ve decided to have a special day for all the kids who don’t give us headaches, act the way they should, and generally keep their noses clean. We’re thinking about having student appreciation day or student appreciation week! It’s going to be great!
Over and out.
Good things about living alone:
- When you come home with a headache, you don’t have to apologize to anyone–you just lay down and moan.