Friday, August 31, 2007

A record

Today, whilst my darling new students in fifth period English were presenting their "Where He's/She's From" poems (ones they wrote about a classmate they interviewed), one of the students in the class was screwing around. I told Stewie (not his real name, of course) to knock it off, but he just kept making faces and shadow puppets with his hands instead of paying attention to the students at the front of the class.

Then, as a boy was reading his rather good poem to the class, and everyone was listening, Stewie ripped off a fart that could be heard bouncing off the foothills behind our school.

He then acted shocked that I would send him outside for a natural action such as his.

And so, the referrals have begun.


Yeah, I know, I'll laugh about it later. But dang... if he's doing this five days into the school year, what's he going to get up to by Christmas?

7 comments:

Ms. V. said...

Read Stewie's poem aloud.

I have a kid like this in every class.

Mr. McNamar said...

My wife, Mrs. McNamar, has just moved from a small private elementary school to a public junior high--I can't wait for the stories!

Sydney Speel said...

i'm a friend of Natalie's and i think that your blog is hilarious. it's just like the school i go to.

Taffy said...

I'm a friend of Natalie's, as well. And this blog is quite amusing. I'm writing semi- well in this comment but if you expect to see more of that...
Well, I'd just wait for more comments.
Hmm, it's really interesting to see what goes through teachers' minds.

Lee Higginbotham said...

I love this blog! Keep up the good work.

Check this out:

http://theinfluentialteacher.com

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