yeah, you need to get money from that school. that shit is super triggering and should not be taken lightly. something will get done if you tell the school board too. theres no excuse for what that sub did
I agree completely. My only concern is whether or not his word and his classmates’ word will be taken seriously. That has me worried.
If he remembers the name of the teacher, and the other kids were there, you’ve got a great case right there.
He does (long term sub…lucky us) and the other kids saw what happened. My mom’s going to the principal tomorrow. What happens after that is all on how wishy-washy he is. If he’s gonna back out of doing anything, then I say my involvement is fair game. And all hell will be raised if I get involved.
do you ever play music you find on your dash and it’s nice and pleasant and you’re enjoying listening to it but for a second you forget it’s coming from your dash so you refresh your tumblr and as you are hitting refresh you realize your mistake and you’re like NOWAITFUCKSTOP— but it’s too late and the music is gone
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