Monthly Archives: November 2010

Rule of Thieves

I remember three thefts occurring at my high school over a period of fours years. The first was a kid who was nabbing sneakers from the varsity basketball locker room. The next was a couple guys who stole a microphone … Continue reading

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The Squirrel

A couple days ago, a teacher overheard some students talking about how kids are hiding weapons near the building. The next morning, the teacher decided to poke around in the bushes that hug the front steps of the main entrance … Continue reading

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Under The Bus

The potential closing of Patriot High School is approaching like a potential rogue wave, and the principal is flailing dangerously at everyone around her, pulling them under the water in a desperate attempt to stay afloat in the no-show position … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days

The bad weather kept a lot of kids at home today so the cafeteria was pretty calm. I took the opportunity to catch up with one of the safety the agents, Mike, and a frazzled music teacher who has also … Continue reading

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