So, when I eventually calmed down from the utter and complete RAGE I was feeling in regards to the incompetent, unprofessional, and irresponsible administrator that stood ME UP in the interview that I attempted to attend yesterday, I got to thinking about all of the other ridiculous interview that I have experienced, and the ridiculous interviews that my friends have experienced.
Again, I venture to an interview. Again, I sit in traffic. This particular Principal asked me to meet her at a coffee shop in downtown Brooklyn. Fine, no sweat.
I get to the interview.
Principal Z asks me, “So you taught at Elementary School 100?”
I look at the resume that she’s holding in front of her hands…
IT. IS. NOT. MINE.
She looks at me…Ummmm what’s your last name again?
I tell her.
Ummmmm, do you have a copy of your resume?
Yeah, sure…here you go.
I MEAN REALLY PEOPLE?? Is it too much to ask for the person who is interviewing you to actually HAVE YOUR RESUME? For them to DO some HOMEWORK?
Ok, so yes, it is summer. But unfortunately, the junderwears are still rampant. Which, got me thinking about the dress code issues that SHOULD be in place at the schools that I have seen about, worked in, etcetera. My fellow co-workers and I were discussing this as of late, and we remember when we were in school, and there was a dress code that was inforced. We did not go to a parochial school, (there were no uniforms in our educational past). We are public school children through and through, and proud of it! We went to a wonderful high school, and had an amazing education. That being said, if we chose to wear something inappropriate, (lets say junderwear for example), and we managed to get past the watchful eyes of our parents, or we were slick enough to change in the bathroom at school, the administration made us change into our physical education clothes. Our shorts could not come above the tips of our fingers when our hands were at our sides, and our shirts could have nothing inappropriate about hem as well. I for one think that this should be reinforced. I look at some of these kids sometimes and it makes ME uncomfortable, I cannot even IMAGINE what my male co-workers are feeling!
I’m curious to know what you all think!
A friend of mine who teaches a social studies extra help class told us this little bit.
She asked her students, “What do Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin have in common?”
They replied, “A penis.”
Thank you for the clarification gentlemen, as if we were confused.
Until next time my friends!
xo Ms. Sub
Jean shorts that are popular with young females, but they are so short that they should be sold as underwear, not shorts. Please see photo below.
Courtesy of Ms. Lynne….
Grade level: 8th
Subject matter: English
Assignment given: Read story out of textbook. Answer questions.
Piece of cake, yes?
After Ms. Lynne gives the assignment and walks back to her desk….one of the boys immediately raises his hand.
“Ummmmm Ms. Lynne, I think I need a new book.”
Ms. Lynne walks over to the book, sees that it has been defaced with a variety of genital drawings, and gives the student a new book. As she is walking away from the desk, the student says,” I don’t understand why people always draw b@lls with hair on them….mine have none.”
I do believe Ms. Lynne just gained some more gray hair.
TELL ME FRIENDS, HOW WOULD YOU REACT TO THAT???
Sometimes, a picture says a thousand words.
AND THEN SOME.
Courtesy of Ms. K….
Notice the diagram next to the writing...lovely kids, lovely.
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