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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 9 September 2015 00:03 /
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By  NopaDo  |  17

Didn't realize you had Casper the friendly ghost in schools, but honestly I feel bad for the kid :c

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  ohSNAPyall  |  26

If they are your students (meaning that you're not a substitute teacher), I would think that a teacher might notice if a kid is having trouble making friends.

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  Seabass_Chan  |  33

Teachers, unfortunately, don't usually give a shit.

By  NopaDo  |  17

Didn't realize you had Casper the friendly ghost in schools, but honestly I feel bad for the kid :c

By  oceanbrickfire  |  21

It's not your fault OP, you didn't know, and I'm assuming the two kids didn't know about the rule on note passing either

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  oceanbrickfire  |  21

#48, no I wasn't, I was in the middle of class, and the teacher told us to put our phones away, and I was rushing to type this. My bad.

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  MlleMC_fml  |  19

If the kids can write notes, it's obviously not their first year in school. So yes, they should know very well that passing notes isn't allowed in class.

By  JohnEvans  |  3

Nice job Dumbass

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Holding every student in a class to the same standard of not creating distractions and focusing on class work is kind of an essential role a teacher has. If they don't because a student might be "making a friend" then the class turns into a social hour and no one learns anything. Most schools have downtime for the purpose of students interacting, which hopefully the student will learn how to utilize. Part of fitting in and making friends includes behaving yourself and not passing notes or chatting when you should be working. If this upsets the student then they probobly just should step out for a few minutes to see if they can calm down or if they need to have a parent called to pick them up.

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