8/8/06

Agh!

When my kid brings home a packet of papers from the teacher listing all the classroom rules and whatnot - do you know what I expect in that paperwork? Stuff spelled correctly, proper punctuation and correct grammar. And it would be nice if you didn't come across as a total bitch once I did manage to decipher your writings. If you're gonna be a bitch then at least be one that can write sentences properly.

My effing head hurts from reading this crap.

8 comments:

Joey Polanski said...

If ya evr need somone t translate ...

Chickie said...

I'll keep you in mind. Thanks!

Becky said...

When I taught, we had to give a copy of everything we sent home to the principal. I suggest you contact the principal and inform him/her. This is not acceptable for a teacher. Period.

bekah said...

Take a copy to the principal and ask that the kid be moved to a new classroom.

Fidget said...

teaching is something that needs to be done RIGHT or it will F a kid up for a LONG time. Right now the new special ed prek teacher is making me have convulsions she says "sawr" instead of "saw" If my kid starts adding Rs to the end of word you bet I'll be raising the freaking roof. Who in their right mind hires a teacher with a funky regional accent to teach a classroom full of kids who are all at the very least speech impared?

Chickie said...

Bex - When they have open house we are going to show it to the principal. I wanted to do it tomorrow but Sweety said he doesn't want to put a target on BB just yet.

Bekah - He can't move to another classroom because this is the only teacher there for that subject. Rats.

Fidget - I hear you - How the heck is a kid going to learn anything if they aren't taught properly?!

yep, it's me.... said...

I stopped reading the rules when they were in fourht grade. I look at them - remind them they know how to behave and sign it. The rules are about 90% the same and I tell them if one teacher tells you rules in only blue pencils, take a dang blue pencil. It's a hort piece of your life and not worth fighting over.
Some teachers, this power over the kids is all they have.
My kids mess up - have ME to deal with - not a teacher to worry about.

patti_cake said...

Oh boy do I dread when my kid starts school. Ack.