Discussion in 'General Education' started by RussianBlueMommy, Mar 28, 2018.
Apr 3, 2018
This and also that they're angry.
Apr 4, 2018
The crazy thing is, if a student is in true need- I am more than happy to help them out, buy them a school breakfast or what not.
I guess it's all perspective. I'm over here surprised some of you haven't had something stolen yet.
This is reminding me to get a replacement key for my desk. I had one student who stole a bunch of gift cards ($5 for Subway or McDonalds) that I keep as rewards or, in some cases, I realize a student has food security issues at home. I don't have proof it was that certain student, but he grinned at me a week later and said, "I had a great lunch at Mickey D's last week." He was arrested for unrelated charges soon after that, and I haven't had any problems since he left.
We are a Title 1 school so MANY of our students would have food insecurities, which is why if they had just asked, I would have been more than happy to provide a few dollars here or there for a snack.
Maslow’s law....Can’t teach a hungry kid.
Sounds like a happy ending to me. It seems he got his just “desserts.” Lol!
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