First, the story of the day. A little girl in Kindergarten announced in class that she and her boyfriend had had sex. The whole class heard and the little girl seemed pleased with her ability to shock everyone
When the teacher marched her to the office, I told the girl she would need to call her parents and tell them about her announcement. She immediately began to cry. In fact, she cried so hard she couldn't tell her father what had happened.
Me: "Hi, Mr. Father of Ms. I Love to Shock Everyone. Do you have a minute? Today, Ms. I Love to Shock Everyone made an announcement in class that she and her boyfriend had had sex."
Mr. Father of Ms. I Love to Shock Everyone: "Oh my God. She doesn't even have a boyfriend."
Sometimes it is hard not to laugh right out loud!
Thanks to all the comments and well-wishes about my upcoming conversation with the Deans of Education earlier this afternoon. Currently I am enjoying my favorite drink, the Georgia Peach. I need the drink even though the meeting went well. The Deans were very nice
But I have some problems.
Apparently, some of my teachers (most of a grade level) have been making some inappropriate comments about particular students while they meet as a grade level for lunch.
This was heard by several practicum and student teachers. Not just the one with issues.
Which makes my school have issues.
Guess what I have to look forward to on Monday?
Why, oh, why can't the adults act like adults?!
Until then, I'll plan to lay out in the yard with my Georgia Peach and finish reading A Prayer for Owen Meany.
Have a great weekend y'all!