Oh, I remember you said you wanted to do stuff.
How's it been?
I haven't quite yet been able to actually do a lot, but I've been going out and doing lots of school and actually kinda enjoying school. I love the time I have with my girlfriend and I'm really looking forward to when sport starts and when I get to see her again (saturday).
My birthday's on Friday but I'm more interested in what we're doing in the morning for outdoor ed (canoeing) rather than my birthday itself.
I got an after school detention, for no reason.
After school detentions are where you stay after school in a room for 30 minutes.
God i hated those. I'm in 12th grade and i can't wait to leave high school. All the teachers go "Well in college you'll be taking notes like this and doing this and that" but then give detentions and reprimand like we're 5 years old? Cmon, let's either be preparing for college, and be treated like adults or still be in high school and treated like children.
I will explain what happend in MY VIEW, but then I will tell you what TEACHER saw.
In music, we were writing a song, I had no ideas, so I read notices on the wall about events in school to give me ideas.
My friend was sitting there, so I put my hand on the cheek and was reading notices.
But my friend was speaking to the friend that was behind me, so the teacher thought I was talking to him so he moves me to the back of the class and put my name in the report!
Our class is on the report because we have so many teachers complain about our class because of 5 class clowns and we are onreport for 4 weeks, we will come off when it will improve
I am a good person, I never got sent out from my class, never got parked (Getting sent to different classroom) got an 30 min detention at lunch, always do my homework, but to get the worst detention for that?
What grade? My school is horrible. They did stats for the school, and 48% of the school got a referral (Basically an infraction in MCF) for insubordination, and the percentage of the grade that is insubordinate decreases with the grade level (that's to be expected). But seriously?
also note: 48% = approximately 800 kids.