Yesterday was a blur. During fourth grade reading, I had a disruptive student loudly announce she hated herself and was going to kill herself after I had sent her the “break area” of my room.  At the same time another student was in tears and his face was red and swollen because I wouldn’t let him go by himself to talk to the music teacher, another kid was rolling on the floor laughing, a third grade special ed. student had suddenly appeared because there was no one to monitor him elsewhere, and two “consult” students had arrived to take a test in a “separate, quiet setting” other than their homerooms.

It was at that moment the school principal entered and asked, “How is it going?”


April 17, 2010. 1.

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