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Part Dos: worst class in 6+ years of subbing
Old 10-15-2018, 01:58 PM
 
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This is really just a quick update. Today’s highlights included a kid bodysurfing on his and his desk partner’s chairs. DH asked me how it was possible for that to happen. I told him this kid has the reflexes of a flea on meth, and literally cannot sit in his chair for more than 20 seconds at a time.

After lunch, one girl asked to go to the nurse, b/c she had a rash on her neck. I sent her, b/c it looked like an allergic reaction, and it was spreading. No sooner had she left the room than here came the medical emergency parade: “My stomach hurts”. “I got hit on the leg in P.E., and I need an ice pack.” “My neck is really hot”. Of course all of the complaints were followed by the same request:”Can I go to the nurse?” That would be no, no, no, and no.

Thank goodness I have an easy day tomorrow!


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The nurse, the nurse, the nurse.... I had a student who "needed" an ice pack. I asked why. He got hit with a football. FIVE days before. Nope, you'll live. Middle schoolers love the nurse. She's not so fond of them I they are trying to get out of class.
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Old 10-15-2018, 05:55 PM
 
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Normally, I can head off clinic visits with the tremendous healing powers of a bandaid or an antiseptic towelette (both items wisely provided by the nurse), but this particular crew is certainly ailin’. Sorry, not my first rodeo.
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Old 10-15-2018, 06:02 PM
 
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I recently indulged a MS resource student whose "levels were really low." The nurse patted him on the head and sent him right back. I thanked her later for curing this case of Bellwork-Induced-Asthma.
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Old 10-15-2018, 06:14 PM
 
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I thought things were going well in the classroom I was subbing in, a self-contained spe ial ed room with K-1 students. A 1st grader went into the lassroom bathroom and got artistic with her own version of brown paint. It was disgusting. The para who clea ed up the mess needs a raise.
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