My daughter threw a piece of chicken at her teacher in the lunch room. She got ISS but she still thinks this was funny. So I need a creative punishment that will teach her this isn't funny. I really chose punishments carefully and try to teach a lesson with each one so they are more like learning experiences not just sit in your room for a few days and waiste time. Usually I assign essays on related topics but I think this one needs a little more. If it helps she is a normal functioning 12 year old about to turn 13 in a few weeks. She knows better.Answer Question
Answer by gemgem at 3:58 PM on Feb. 25, 2009
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Answer by momoffive07 at 4:07 PM on Feb. 25, 2009
Oh she sure did write an apology to the teacher before I even told her too. But still thinks it is funny and yeah it is but I'm not telling her that! I mean how many of us never wanted to throw something at a teacher? I know I had a few that I wanted to smash up side the head with some mashed potatoes! But that teacher is there to do a job not get chicken thrown at her! This teacher has really gone out of her way throughout the year to help her improve her grade and this is what she got and that is why it bothers me so much.
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