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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by audrew, Aug 9, 2010.
sorry to hear this my dude
I think it’s our Ops fellow misguidedly trying to save the school money. Or she’s drastically overworked. Or both.
We had two outstanding bills from last year that were preventing us from registering this year. After visiting the office every day, I got them to cut one check. I took a photo of the check and emailed it to them to show it’s coming. And they lifted the hold.
I go in to tell her the good news and she asks, “since the hold is lifted, do I need to send the check?”
3 fights the last 15 minutes of school. One was a gang fight
hey i won this today too. i hear it’s a bunch of paperwork but i do get a parking spot.
Congrats. I’ve got to do 7 essays. No preferred parking but we don’t have assigned parking, and I’m able to park right at the closest entrance to my room.
Check out this teacher/administrator. Went to school with a "flasher" costume.
Why does she make 150k/year? Teachers make a third of what this bimbo gets. Doesn't make sense.
for the history teachers
doesn’t fit any of my standards but really intriguing at least for our department
yea it’s not my content area. ordered a few for some colleagues tho.
High score so far on my semester exam is an 85.
Played a study review jeopardy game today in one of my classes today. Every team ended in negative points. That’s also with a category about Disney movies.
Which by the way, if you play jeopardy to review or something similar you should use jeopardylabs.com it’s super easy to make, free and there are thousands of games you can use.
I can’t include Disney trivia anymore. I make the questions too hard.
High score now is officially a 95 now.
Used to do Jeopardy, now I just use Kahoot
Snow day tomorrow
Co-worker had the rims and tires stolen off his car today. While school was going on
Damn! Used to getting a candle or a cake or something occasionally from a kid before Christmas. Kid just dropped off a $50 Amazon gift card.
Nah, factory. Looks like it was a ring going around the city. They hit all 7 high schools in the district and a couple of middle schools
28 failures out of 153 students for semester 1. Haven't had that high of a number since my 2nd year teaching
Beat my previous record of a 1 hour and 52 minute long IEP last night with a 2 hour long IEP
Good chance I beat the 2 hour IEP record tonight. Going on 1 hour and 40 minutes with no end in sight.
Had one two years ago that lasted from 8 AM to 4:30 PM. I was only there for the first hour though.
What in the fuck
lol why in the world would that happen?
Mom was a lawyer, step dad was a judge. Mom was really dragging it out. The student did have a processing disability but was overall intelligent, just lazy. They pushed too hard of a course load for his disability and motivation, because the kid was fine in class, but they also expected 95s in every class which wasn’t realistic.
Just finished up. Turns out mom just wanted a diagnosis in educational autism to accompany her son's already medically diagnosed autism.
Cool cool cool
Longest I’ve been in one was 2 hours
what’s the difference?
edit: after some juggsian research he was diagnosed with asd but it didn’t impact learning so he didn’t qualify for services?
one of my students called the sheriff’s department after school to report he was being bullied and that the bully said they were going to blow up the school. so they send some deputies to his house and when they got there he just wanted help on his math homework
kinda sweet he thinks that highly of cops though
Medical relies on the DSM to make a diagnosis, current is DSM5 with aspergers now removed
The list is very short on who can diagnosis autism
Schools can't diagnose, rather schools determine eligibility
Team members and parents fill out simple checklists etc to discuss and determine if student meets criteria
As a result, the student doesn't receive a diagnosis, but rather fits a set of criteria for one of the qualifying categories on the IEP
Typically a student is eligible for services based on fitting 1 of the 13 or 14 disability categories (autism being one of them) or student's disability interferes with his or her ability to make progress. California is a bit different in ruling.
Medical diagnosis is usually done to receive insurance coverage for out of school services
Additionally, students most often receive medical diagnosis and not educational - very rarely the other way around
Saw this. Thought it would apply here.
Monday was rough
I got sent to a 3 hour PD. Save me!!!
Any special education teachers on the board care to help out with a situation?
Seventh grade principal just sent out an email saying that 12 kids are getting Class III hearings (minimum sentence of 10 days of ISS) between today and tomorrow. Just in the seventh grade.
Bet I got that beat with one of my schools
Same one that a 16 year old student was shot outside of while in the parking lot
Our principal resigned today
I once had a day of ISS in middle school and my parents to this day still don’t know about it because I forged my mom’s signature on the notice I had to take home.
I got a week of ISS because I wrote the answers down to a nights math homework for a friend and his dumbass put his name on my handwriting paper I gave him and turned it in.
We were in 7th grade if I remember right.
It was seriously just the # of the problem and the answer, like
And they put me in ISS for that
earlier this week asshole student airdropped nudes of another student in the cafeteria while she and ~200 of her peers were at lunch
Aaaaaand this is why our students aren’t allowed to have their phones out
Makes it easy to figure out who’s breaking the rules since they still insist on tagging their locations if they post during the day.
Did he get arrested for distributing child pornography?