Monthly Archives: May 2014

Your Contract Is Invalid

I object to the use of the word “contract” in the context of kids and schools. Specifically, there are two instances in which “contract” is being misused at the expense of the child: Behavioral contracts, and homework contracts. When used … Continue reading

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The More Things Change

So I went flipping through the teacher pages at the West Heritage official site and I find out that they did away with Kindergarten Graduation. Let me guess. Budget cuts? No, it’s been replaced with “Fun in the Sun” day… … Continue reading

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Lunchtime Part 2: Silence is Golden

Oh, hello. For some reason I wandered away from this lovable trainwreck. Let’s do something about that. Today we visit the impossible feat that is the imposition of Silent Lunch. I am unhappy to report that West Heritage was not … Continue reading

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