By KCHS - United States
Today, the power went out at school. As a senior, I don't show up until third period. When I got there, I signed in as usual. The office secretary waited until I signed in to tell me that if I hadn't, I wouldn't have to attend classes that day. Now I have to sit in class doing nothing. FML
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  Murilirum  |  23

I've actually done that, I walked out holding the pen until the secretary piped up saying she wanted it back (after deliberately waiting until AFTER I signed my name) I just walked away and very obviously threw the pen on the roof of the building ! :)

  MitunaCaptor  |  17

Canadian here and we have security guards in our schools as well to prevent kids from getting too rough with each other and to also prevent unwelcome people from walking in. Lock down prevention I suppose.

  CaitiieBuggs  |  23

My high school had security guards, and then actual police officers worked in/around my school throughout the day too. My school was on a very active public bus line and we got a lot of weirdos.

  misslostnfound  |  23

My school was next to an open prison and all we had was a fence and gates that they locked during school hours. Lower school kids could only leave through reception at these times but sixth formers (16-18year olds) could leave when they wanted as we had fobs for the doors, so long as they signed in and out incase of Fire (or other evacuation emergency)

By  KVKdragon  |  26

I really hate it when people like that secretary do things like this to other people. The secretary may not have done anything wrong against the OP but it certainly wasn't good either. What is so wrong with making someone else happy? Are you that apathetic that you can't do something nice for someone else, even when you're not in a positive mood? >:(