I am teaching summer school, 8th grade now: 9th grade in the fall. Student A wrote a sexually explicit journal. He was immediately expelled from summer school. Three days later, Student B drew a ***** on someone else's workbook. I saw it and turned it into the office. It was fairly detailed. The principal called me, with the student still in the room, and said he was kicked out, but if I wanted to keep him I could. Now, for both students this was an isolated incident. Both did work, were well behaved, etc. I did not feel it was acceptable to "save" Student B when both behaviors were sexual in content. Obviously Student B is furious. He feels that I could have saved him and didn't. Which is true, but it just didn't seem fair to save one and not the other. I was trying to be consistent. On a side note, I don't think the principal should have EVER asked me that while the student was in the room. Talk about putting me on the spot. So, would you have "saved" Student B?