PLEASE tell me that was a joke.
If your next post is a clip from the school newsletter, saying that she "excepted" the Annual Best English Teacher Award, I will blow ALL of my coffee all over the computer screen, not just some of it!You and Pipsylou keep this old lady young! :)
It's just so hard to except that Samuel is having troubles with this teacher. She seems like such a grate lady.Tee hee.
I am dealing with this stuff constantly. i will not detail it here but i might email you. Seriously, if this is the case...i would not be too worried about his behavior. Heh heh.From a sign at the boys' daycare:"Guess the number of candies in the jar! The winner will be reviled on February 14th" I wish i had taken a picture!
Ask the teacher if she has a sister teaching in Norfolk.
She should win the pullet surprise for that one!
A bit late commenting but anyway...She reminds me of a preschool teacher my son had. She really pushed those kids and big red marks for every mistake they made, but her spelling was atroshus oops, atrochus.. oops atrocious!! If she had not left to go into the receptionist business I would have taken him out. But you can never win, he is in 5th grade now and in this school term (since Jan) I have picked up at least 3 times where his work was marked incorrectly!PS: love the other comments!
Okay - I have been lurking here for so very long, but I have to "speak" up on this one .... YOU MUST take all of these concerns to the principal - it is re-hiring season - the time when contracts are re-newed or not and the lower grade positions are coveted...the principal MUST know what is going on becuase this person should not be sharing the children's air much less teaching them....
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