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GEBaseball3 wrote:TheRock wrote:Gomez said when his science teacher demanded the rubber band, the student said he tossed it on her desk.
Somehow I think there's likely more to the story than he "tossed it on her desk". But still, a rubber band?
Yea im sure it was more of a shot then a toss, but im sure it made science way more interesting
acsguitar wrote:In eigth grade a kid was sleeping at lucnh so I put a pretzel stick in his ear...I didn't jam it or anything just placed it in there....The stupid retarded Nun saw me... Made me write a paper and told my future highschool that I was a danger to society..my parents had to go meet with the highschool to show that I wasn't...I hate catholic school and nuns
Cornbread Maxwell wrote:The more I read about this sort of thing in public education the more convinced I am that homeschooling my kids is the way to go.
Madison wrote:Cornbread Maxwell wrote:The more I read about this sort of thing in public education the more convinced I am that homeschooling my kids is the way to go.
I've been considering that for my son next year as well. The only thing that bugs me about homeschooling him is I believe he needs the social interaction with other kids his age. Makes it a tough decision. Right now I'm just leaning at putting him in a different school.
RyanK wrote:Whats wrong with middle school kids now adays... In my town there are local middle school gangs.. the 233 and the 123 and this other one. They had a fight and kids got "arrested" (sent home to mom and dad) they were using steak knives and pelet guns. Our local police chief said "at least they arent using AK47s and meat cleavers.." that went over well in the town
I live in West Hartford, Connecticut, if anyone knows about it is a rich/not ghetto town. The only ghetto around is in the middle of Hartford.
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