Students Are Not Very Careful With Notes They’re Passing In Class (19 pics + 2 gifs)

Posted in PICTURES       26 Feb 2019       3096       GALLERY VIEW

“Found this note from one of my first graders AFTER I drank all my caufe (coffee).”

 

“My 3rd grade students took a vested interest in my roots growing out.”

 

This teacher clearly lacked good qualities.

 

“A few years ago, one of my 7th grade students wrote my boyfriend at the time (now my husband) a lovely letter complete with a list of ‘wedding materials.’ I still have it to this day!”

 

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“Found this on the chalkboard. Apparently a student was asked to write down how they were feeling…”

 

“My first year of teaching, a sweet little girl drew me this picture. She said, ‘I drew a picture of you and your boyfriend in your house, but then I realized you don’t have a boyfriend, so I erased him.’ You can see my erased boyfriend in the drawing.”

 

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“Students handed in their work. I saw this thinking it’s a joke, so I said, ‘Who wrote their name as a bagel?’ All I saw were confused kids, and it took me a moment to realize the kid who wrote it meant ‘Abigail’ and was trying to change her name one worksheet at a time.”

 

“No note, but here’s a drawing a student gave me. She told me we are riding segways. She also told me I’m the big one on the left. ”

 

“A senior who was failing and in danger of not graduating gave me this for Teacher Appreciation Day!”

 

“My students are very concerned about my love life (or lack thereof), so I got this gem on how to draw my own boyfriend since I can’t find my own.”

 

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“I teach middle school English. A student left this on my desk and said, ‘Mr. Hicks, don’t read it while I’m in here.'”

 

“This was supposed to say ‘bite me.’ A student left it as a little surprise on my computer screen!”

 

“My husband teaches 8th grade and clearly has a casual working relationship with his students, as shown in this student’s email to him.”

 

“‘I love you. I see you. I know where you are.’ Umm…thanks?”

 

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“Her only Christmas wish was to find me a man.”

 

Sounds suspect.

 

Sophomore year, two girls were passing notes in my US History class. Now, on this day, our usual surly teacher was in a really good mood, laughing, joking with us. It was odd. So they commented on it.

When they were caught, he made one of the girls stand up and read it.

“I wonder why [he’s] in such a good mood?”

“I don’t know- maybe he hooked up with [french teacher]!”

The class was stunned. Our teacher just kind of blinked, then doubled over in laughter. No punishments were given, nothing. Usually, you would have been berated for that. It was pretty amazing.

 

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When I was in 11th grade one fellow student passed a note to another student on the 3rd day of school that stated: “Mrs.______ has big tits and you can see her nipples through her shirt!”. Needless to say, he was suspended.



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