Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Overheard: Teacher Staff Development

A principal, on staffing:

"The On Campus Suspension teacher will not be returning this year. He moved to Oklahoma and opened a night club."

A principal, on dress code:

"Remember to keep in mind that thongs are dangerous."


The school nurse's sage advice:

"If it's wet and not yours, don't touch it."

(And the school year has only begun, darlings!)

12 comments:

Jen said...

That is funny!! Hope you're getting settled! 34 in ONE class! Wow!! Hope you can be creative in arranging those desks!!

Today was a good day! I feel good about my interview so that's all that matters!

Headaches weren't as bad today! Thanks for the thoughts!!

Good luck the rest of the week! When do students start? Mine come Monday!

Miss you and love ya!!

Jen

Tammy Howard said...

That last bit is a good philosophy for so many situations...

Sandy said...

Yeah that last piece if good advice. Right up there with "don't sweat the petty stuff and don't pet the sweaty stuff."

Multiple personalities.. said...

Oh goodness! That is just too funny! I do agree that thongs can be dangerous, especially when worn by the wrong person. As for the school nurse, I don't even know what to say about that! Thanks for sharing!

Amy said...

Too funny. Have a great school year. Stay away from the wet stuff.

slacker-chick said...

I think I'll have "Stay away from the Wet Stuff" printed on a t-shirt. Good luck with the new year!

CaraBee said...

First off: On-Campus Suspension Teacher? Whaaa?

And exactly what part of thongs are dangerous? 'Cause I remember that lady that got beaned by an errant button or something from a VS thong, but other than that I'm at a loss.

Stalker v1.5 said...

What the heck is an On-Campus Suspension Teacher? Srsly?

Anonymous said...

Hehe, thongs...lol, yeah, I remember being told that too...ahem, not to me...I mean

Dude, what was up with the whole "water main break" today?? I say it was a conspiracy to get a longer lunch! ;)

Mariam

Ginger said...

Hi guys! On Campus Suspension is where the baddies go when detention is not a severe enough punishment.

Also, the principal was talking about flip flops.. (ahem).

Louise said...

Hee Hee. Now those are some interesting quotes.

K a b l o o e y said...

If it's wet AND yours, don't touch it in class."

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Overheard: Teacher Staff Development

A principal, on staffing:

"The On Campus Suspension teacher will not be returning this year. He moved to Oklahoma and opened a night club."

A principal, on dress code:

"Remember to keep in mind that thongs are dangerous."


The school nurse's sage advice:

"If it's wet and not yours, don't touch it."

(And the school year has only begun, darlings!)

12 comments:

Jen said...

That is funny!! Hope you're getting settled! 34 in ONE class! Wow!! Hope you can be creative in arranging those desks!!

Today was a good day! I feel good about my interview so that's all that matters!

Headaches weren't as bad today! Thanks for the thoughts!!

Good luck the rest of the week! When do students start? Mine come Monday!

Miss you and love ya!!

Jen

Tammy Howard said...

That last bit is a good philosophy for so many situations...

Sandy said...

Yeah that last piece if good advice. Right up there with "don't sweat the petty stuff and don't pet the sweaty stuff."

Multiple personalities.. said...

Oh goodness! That is just too funny! I do agree that thongs can be dangerous, especially when worn by the wrong person. As for the school nurse, I don't even know what to say about that! Thanks for sharing!

Amy said...

Too funny. Have a great school year. Stay away from the wet stuff.

slacker-chick said...

I think I'll have "Stay away from the Wet Stuff" printed on a t-shirt. Good luck with the new year!

CaraBee said...

First off: On-Campus Suspension Teacher? Whaaa?

And exactly what part of thongs are dangerous? 'Cause I remember that lady that got beaned by an errant button or something from a VS thong, but other than that I'm at a loss.

Stalker v1.5 said...

What the heck is an On-Campus Suspension Teacher? Srsly?

Anonymous said...

Hehe, thongs...lol, yeah, I remember being told that too...ahem, not to me...I mean

Dude, what was up with the whole "water main break" today?? I say it was a conspiracy to get a longer lunch! ;)

Mariam

Ginger said...

Hi guys! On Campus Suspension is where the baddies go when detention is not a severe enough punishment.

Also, the principal was talking about flip flops.. (ahem).

Louise said...

Hee Hee. Now those are some interesting quotes.

K a b l o o e y said...

If it's wet AND yours, don't touch it in class."