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Old 11-08-2018, 03:20 PM
 
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There isn't much I can add, but here's one of the most difficult things about being in this situation.

You want the student out of the classroom, and you know you should write a referral. If you're in a school that has someone who can come to escort the student to the office, that's ideal. Very often, that isn't the case. You could call the office and send the student, but very often they don't know exactly what he or she did. They often don't have time to hear all the particulars over the phone. You could send the referral with the student . . . good luck with that. You could try asking another student to bring it, but few students in upper grades want to be put in that position. I once disguised a referral and sent with another student, putting it into a sealed envelope labeled "attendance forms," but that really shouldn't be necessary.
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