“Dear Mr. Vander Wall,
B told me something that was really wasn’t (sic) nice about S. She told me S needs to shut her ugly a face before she brakes (sic) her face. The a means the bad word.”
I got that from A. A sits next to S. B sits at the table next to them. I have my suspicions that B is a bully and says a lot of unkind things, but I can’t get anyone to corroborate those suspicions. Sometimes I hear B say something in a mean tone to someone at her table, and when I do I make sure to remind her that we need to talk nicely to the people around us.
Every week my class puts all the papers the school wants to send home, or all the papers I want to send home or return, in their cubbies. On Monday’s we bring that stack of papers home, with a note attactched asking the parents to sign and return it so that I know they have seen the stack of papers returned to them.
Here is a note I got back today from one of the families, written on the back of an unused envelope:
My husban (sic) and I feel it is pointless for us to sign a paper saying we saw all the papers that we had all ready signed. If you want us to sign the paper for the pack of papers then don’t have us sign every paper he brings home. Otherwise it’s pointless. Thank you
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Let’s just say I was a little . . . upset. Okay, they are wrong. They do have to sign their child’s homework after it is finished and before they turn it into me the next day (this family hates to sign that as well). But I’m not just sending home homework. WHATEVER. It’s the end of the year. I don’t need to fight this battle. Next year’s teacher can deal with it.
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