Friday, April 10, 2009

The joys of teaching 2nd grade

When I arrive to school in the morning, I have my hair down because it is still drying. Usually by about 10 am, I have it wrapped back up in a bun or something to keep it out of my face and make it easier to chase children.

Yesterday I had this conversation with a student:

Student: I have a secret to tell you.
Me: Okay, shoot.
Student: I need to whisper it.
Me: No one can hear, go ahead.
Student: No it's serious.
I lean in and put my ear down towards her, and my long hair is down this morning.
Student: (whispering in my ear, which is right next to their mouth) I have lice.

Geez. I'm still itching.

9 comments:

Crazy Shenanigans said...

OMG OMG OMG. I would have freaked out!!!!!!! I would have ran for the hills (this is obviously why I'm not a teacher). Haha.

Allison said...

Ah hahahahahhaha. Ha. Yeah. You've got to love kids. I'm guessing you called that one an over share.

Sgt and Mrs Hub said...

Guessing it's not a secret anymore... :)

Poor thing... Poor you!

-Andrea

jlc said...

Don't you love that they make you lean in to tell you that!!!


Ohhh this is why I could never do elementary!!


Too much!! Hahah thanks for the laugh.

Air Force Wife said...

haha... OMG! The stuff that comes out of kids mouths these days.

abbey said...

I want you to help me set up a blog. i finally found my name.... what next?

The Bolton Family said...

This is tooo funny! I haven't gotten this one, but I teach preschool so I get funny stuff all the time!

Student: I don't like broccoli!
Me: You need to eat your veggies so you grow up to be BIG and TALL!
Student: Then you must have eaten LOTS of veggies, huh Ms. Kegan? Cuz you are TTOOOOOO big!

Yeah.. preschoolers aren't scared to crack a fat joke! :)

Nikki said...

OMG OMG OMG!!! Did you go out and buy the shampoo??? When I worked at the YMCA, one of the kids had lice and I freaked out...I bought the kit, tore my house apart cleaning, and called into work for 2 days LOL.

liberal army wife said...

ew ew ew... ew.