Thursday, April 2, 2015
It was an interesting day. They were holding short trainings for all the teachers--trainings that took about an hour--so we subs were covering teachers for one period and then moving on to cover another teacher the next period.
There are pros and cons to this. One big pro is that the teachers were there as the kiddos came into class.
Ms. C was on her way out when a student brought her his SSR log. He explained that he had left it on her desk yesterday, but apparently she hadn't gotten it.
Ms. C told the student he was full of it (although, not quite like that). While her desk wasn't pristine, it wasn't so messy that she'd miss stuff. And she informed the student that she had looked through her stuff the night before and had not seen his paper.
8th graders... *shakes head*
She was accepting those logs. She had a stack of maybe 10 by the time she left. I think they were a day late, but she was still taking them. So, I'm not sure what he got out of the lie. (Perhaps whatever she was deducting for late work?)
Have you ever told a teacher a lie about turning your work in? Did you get away with it?
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