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PrincessNancy96
09-03-2008, 07:19 PM
Did you finally uncover yourself from the mounds of paper work.. When we stopped talking last night..the sn** flurries got heavier.. she actually came and sit w/ us for the remainder of the game... so glad you continued to txt w/ me.. it kept my dinner in place!!!

She was kissing bu## w/ FIL.. FIL got in the van and asked what she was up to??... all 3 of my kids burst into laughter and grandpa said, did I say that outloud.??. to which DS12 replied..didn't you feel the flurries????
:laughing:

BernardandMissBianca
09-03-2008, 08:49 PM
Too funny! I knew there was an angle, she was trying to look all angelic for Daddy. Ummm sorry sister but he pegged you years ago for the ahem that you are.


As for the papers, no I am not out from under them yet! I go the 7th grade reading teachers "strike system" today. I have 2 words for you Missssssss "M", Bite and Me! Oh and this is not a school wide rule handed down from the Board of Ed, each teacher gets to write their own rules. But did we get an actual copy of what type of behavior merits a strike? no, she left it open to her interpretation, or PMS mood. I rarely say I hate someone with a passion but she makes me so mad that I think I will have a heart attack one day just because of her and the garbage she spews. Honestly she has no business being in front of children, she needs to work in a cubicle somewhere where she has no human contact.

This is my favorite line from the letter:
Students are required to return detention slip with parent signature on the day of the detention. If the slip is not signed, another detention will be issued in addition to the original one.

Who the Hades does she think she is??? Like my kid can make me sign anything! Same thing for if they are late for school, automatic detention. Guess what sweetheart my boys have no control over wether they are late or not, I drive them, I get them there when I deem it necessary to be there. (which btw is on time most days)
DS7's teacher was hounding him today about all those papers, uh hello! I can hand them into the office when I'm damn well ready to. Don't funnel info through my kids please and get them all worked up! If you have an issue, concern, or question pick up the telephone or wait til the end of the day, they know I'm there all.the.time.

sorry if offend any teachers here, but these bureaucratic, busy body, hoo hahs really tick me off with their "policies".
Yes I may live in Blink but I'm not some dumb hick farmer that needs to be told to wipe my butt because I'm to stupid to figure it out on my own. Apparently we need rescuing by dem' dar city slickers. The darn principal lives clear across the state (refuses to move his family here) and the Superintendent lives in Vermont! He lied at his previous job, saying he was retiring to get out of his contract so he could come here. And these people are teaching my children!

Oy! Bet you weren't expecting that vent were ya????

My sincerest apologizes to all the fantabulous teacher out there,
~ the non-conformist

p.s. It only took them 2 days to tick me off, that ladies and gentlemen is a new record!

P.P.S. Only 178 days of school left, Lord give me the strength to make it through this year and next. DS12 wants so desperately to graduate with his friends but I don't think I have the will to deal with the school for 2 more years.

PrincessNancy96
09-04-2008, 06:11 AM
Oh good gravy!

I'll have to email you later on what we are doing around here..
The only real issue I have had thus far is the new principal has NEVER introduced himself... yep, had a back to school night he spoke introduced the teachers but not himself!

The other small issue is the art teacher will throw your pencil out the window if you tap it on the desk.. well, what if that is your only pencil.. I told DS to keep his pencil on the desk and if she throws it I want a call because I'll drive up to school w/ a boat load of pencils to tap all day long.. I have a 4.5 yo that loves to drum!!!! :)

BernardandMissBianca
09-04-2008, 06:26 AM
Gimp Girl wants to send her DS to school with a squirt bottle so he can squirt the annoying teacher.LOL Not that she would really do that but it would be funny.

I told her to buy all the kids tic tacs and clickers, shake thise bad boys under the table! I had an English teacher in H.S. that hated Tic Tacs! The last day of school we had her class during lunch so we all went to school store and bought tic tacs and shook them under the desk. OMG it was sooooo funny!


And a principal that doesn't introduce himself is better then one that hides in his office when he sees you coming. :rolleyes:

PrincessNancy96
09-04-2008, 06:39 AM
:) You've got me on the hiding principal..

That was our old superintendent. Our new one attends events @ the various schools, goes to the ball games, and actually talks to the parents! What a novel concept! So glad we have him..

Lisa
09-04-2008, 07:13 AM
I am thinking if the kids are late and one gets a detention for it, you should bring all of the kids and yourself to sit in her detention.

With so many good teachers out there, it is a shame that you have this one in your life for the next year.

AlexWyattMommy
09-04-2008, 07:20 AM
I am thinking if the kids are late and one gets a detention for it, you should bring all of the kids and yourself to sit in her detention.



:rotfl2:
If this caught me on a PMS day, I would so totally do that.

PrincessNancy96
09-04-2008, 07:59 AM
Yep, she should do this..and than txt message us while she is there!

BernardandMissBianca
09-04-2008, 03:28 PM
I am thinking if the kids are late and one gets a detention for it, you should bring all of the kids and yourself to sit in her detention.

With so many good teachers out there, it is a shame that you have this one in your life for the next year.

me and my 4 monsters at Miss M's detention?? That would be priceless!!! I would let DD run everywhere.

And I have had to deal with her for DS7, and 3 years for DS12.

Lisa
09-04-2008, 06:07 PM
See, I wouldn't even need a PMS day to do it. Where is that evil devil smilie when I need it? :rolleyes1

You should have seen me in a meeting I was in today. I offered to visit my insurance company's office with my special needs child. Don't have some untrained employee tell me what my child does or does not need. Let me introduce you to my she beast self instead.

BernardandMissBianca
09-04-2008, 07:28 PM
Kick butt Lisa!!!!

PrincessNancy96
09-05-2008, 06:50 AM
Oh No they did NOT, Lisa..
See that kind of #$$%^% just sets me off.. I hate that people behind the desk and tell us parents what our kids need...especially when we deal w/ situations day to day and they are pushin' papers.. ERRRRRRR

Tell them to kiss mine, yours and little ladies backside!!!

If you need tag team assistance (which I doubt) give me a call, I tell them off for ya!

AlexWyattMommy
09-05-2008, 07:20 AM
:hug: Wow Nan, you are on fire today.
Want to come over for some fozen concoctions?

PrincessNancy96
09-05-2008, 09:14 AM
This one issue will fire me up instantly..even when I'm not in a bossy mood... I just hate for someone to tell me as a parent how "I" don't know what my child needs.. They tried that w/ DH two years ago when he was in the hospital.. we had a coming to light meeting..and guess who saw the light! They did..because it was already evident to me! I also told off a Dr. who "guessed" at his diagnosis and guess WAY,WAY, WAY wrong after he came in and told us that he referred it to a specialist.. Come in and tell me.. I have referred this to a specialist...don't give me your input if you aren't a specialist in that field..