Thursday, December 06, 2007

Food Critic

A fairly threatening e-mail came from one of the secretaries in the front office. Evidently, a teacher ordered food to be delivered during her lunch period and didn’t show up to receive it. According to the e-mail this is the first time that this has happened, and the secretary wanted to make sure that it will absolutely be the last time.

A few things:

One, it wasn’t 100 pizzas. It’s not like it was a prank or anything like that, so there’s no need for the tizzy. Two, seeing how it wasn’t a prank the name on the order wasn’t I.P. Freely. Why don’t you just speak to the teacher in private, instead of making a scene? Three, try to understand that there may have been a legitimate reason the teacher was a no show. Ask any teacher how many times their lunch goes untouched because they were choking on their workload.

Of course, I can’t blame the tension emitting from the front office. They certainly don’t need another violation added to their list.

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