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10 Things Teachers Don't Want to Hear at the End of the Year

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Andy McCall author
This article was written by Andy McCall. Andy is in his 9th year teaching, and does everything to honor his little girl, Penelope, who passed last year. Check him out on his Blog or on Facebook: Penelope's Path.
 
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The end of the school year brings many emotions. Some include being sad to see your students leave, and others happy you don’t have to wear “real clothes” at 7am. Those last few days are full of fun activities, keep quiet activities, and “Sure, you can play that computer game until lunch time.” Sometimes you just need a minute to get those last grades in and find that paperwork; without glue sticks hurling through the air like tiny missiles. Here are 10 things you definitely don’t want to hear while sitting at your desk.

1. Kid from across the room: “The Internet isn’t working!”kid screaming - Bored Teachers

2. Principal walking in and saying, “Hey, we need to finish that last observation, I’m just going to hang out for a couple minutes and talk to the kids.”observation - Bored Teachers

3. Kid walking in 1st thing:  “My Mom said I could bring my fidget spinner collection today since it’s the last Monday.”fidget spinner - Bored Teachers

4. Reading email: “Teachers we need forms A3-Z4 filled out and turned in by noon today.  Please include the summary at the end of each page.” (yet you have no idea what those are or where they are)unknown forms - Bored Teachers

5. Over the intercom: “Teachers we will need to meet a few minutes after school Friday before you leave.”no time - Bored Teachers

6. School Secretary: "This is your new student."new student - Bored Teachers

7. School Nutritionist: "It will be Manager’s Choice this week for lunch. Any help de-icing the boxes from the back of the freezer would be a great help."nutritionist - Bored Teachers

8. Kid: "I made this for you last night with my Mom. Will you try it now?"tasting - Bored Teachers

9. Kid: "My Mom wants you to get my things together for the end of the year.  We are leaving for a cruise before school ends."sorry no - Bored Teachers

10. Teammate: "I’m taking a few days personal leave next week, you can help the sub keep my kids in line, right?"no way - Bored Teachers

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