Sunday Post (November 22)

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This past week was hectic at school. Kids think they are already on break; I had some real winners with six and eight zeroes for assignments! I also had to say goodbye to one of my team members from my first year teaching, which was hard and quite honestly a bit sad.

I was also volunteered to participate in the Orange Santa events that my school takes part in each year, and one of my lucky students I teach this year won the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to smash a pie in my face! Except, he wouldn’t stop. I could not breathe, as indicated in the picture below by my colleagues being over and done with and me still being smothered, hence me reaching for his arm so I could breathe.



And then my colleague to my left took his second pie and smashed it on the top of my head in my hair, and then also tried to suffocate me.

He has brought on The Year of Pranks. I am accepting suggestions. 

Some suggestions have been:

  • Set a bunch of alarm clocks in all of his cabinets in the science lab to go off during his most misbehaved class
  • A room full of baby chickens
  • Glitter everything

I need your best prank suggestions! Must be acceptable for middle school.

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    • Review + Giveaway ~ Lady Killer
  • Tuesday
    • Blast + Giveaway ~ Australian Fantasy Adventures
  • Wednesday
    • WWW Wednesday
    • Blast + Giveaway ~ What You Wish For
  • Thursday
    • Blast + Giveaway ~ Mice & Spiders & Webs… Oh My!
  • Friday

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6 thoughts on “Sunday Post (November 22)

  1. I think the alarm clock thing is amazing. My sister and I did that to my parents on New Year’s one year. They were hosting a party and we set ALL the alarms in the house to Midnight and then we went to our babysitting jobs. 🙂 We even HID some of the clocks.

    Terri M., the Director
    Second Run Reviews

  2. The alarm thing is AWESOME! I know how you feel about your students-mine have been crazy! I am dreading Monday and Tuesday because they will be nuts! Plus add in field trips scheduled for both those days, kids out for service projects, and several teachers out and its going to be CRAZY!

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