A Teacher & A Principal⁴!

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Nevertheless, T managed to deal with all the silly duties she was given: one time she refused, another she threatened to leave the school, a third she claimed sick. She acted like a clown in numerous hats. She bragged that no one could defeat her will.

But T had no will at all when she saw P coming to her class, cutting off her lessons and starting to teach herself without any previous intro. T always stood there speechless coz all P’s raids were unannounced as if she was punishing the little T. The students hated it.

Complicated2P had an ugly mood always sniffing for a fight and neglecting the seriously needed matters of the school. You never see her smiling.

Of course, it is a lot of responsibility but there are other principals who run bigger schools and they know how to act friendly with everyone. As for P she acted as if she was heading to a fight ready to give an elbow in the eyes. That was how everyone saw her. She acted without a heart or feelings as if she was a stone not a human.

Have you ever seen a student wet himself when he sees his school principal? It’s awful and if that narrator didn’t send us that letter, we could never have imagined in thousand years that that could really happen. Where? In CA. In one of its elementary schools.

To that extent that principal was vicious, mean, and rude to everyone. You can wonder how she was with her own family (if she had one). Then a third person came to the play, and he had no idea about what was going on.

Next, two recommendations for weekend new good movies. 🙄

Until we chat again, we’ll be happy to get your suggestions, with our hugs and kisses ❤
 
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