Monday, September 18, 2006

A picture's worth a thousand headaches.

We got an e-mail that said we needed to stop by the auditorium by the end of school today, in order to have our picture taken for the school yearbook. Thanks to a conference I have today for my student that I call "The Toucher" (don't ask) that won't happen. Unfortunately SLHS will not settle for the standard "Photo Not Available" caption to take my place. I can see their point because just imagine how disappointed the kids would be if my portrait didn't make it into the yearbook.

Wait a second...

To remedy the problem a photographer from the yearbook club will come by and snap my picture during class. Uh, when I'm not busy, right? I guess I could make the best of the situation and pretend that I'm some kind of celebrity being hounded by the paparazzi. If that's the case, maybe I can punch the kid out.

Hey, here's an idea. Teachers can have their own yearbook. That way we could come up with those "most likely" recognitions, but ours would be more teacher-specific.

Most likely to stop going to their mailbox.

Most likely to steal the most supplies.

Most likely to get caught stealing supplies.

Most likely to just stop showing up.

Most likely to pull a fire alarm, just because they need a break.

Most likely to punch a kid out.

We might have an eight way draw on that last one.

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