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Feb. 12th, 2008 | 06:45 pm
気持ち: melancholy melancholy
音楽: Be My Last-宇多田ヒカル-Ultra Blue

Ok, what is cool about being a teacher (or uncool, based on your perspective), is that you are involved all around with the school. Now, what is rough about that, is if you end up being in the "chair" position, life gets....well, full long neck drama llamas, that you want to gather up and herd out.

Well...the bad:

I get an email from some employee (we'll call janice) today at school in regards to why her friend(we'll call Rachel) was "kicked out" of the yearbook committee. Personally, I was flabbergasted but the email. I did not kick out anyone from the committee, so I amnot sure where she got the idea that she was. Long story short....

The committee met, assignments were made, at that time, Rachel was not at the meeting. All assignments were made and distributed. There was a question why Rachel was not on the list. I commented that she was not there. However she is more than welcome help out with any of the assignments. Janice then emails me asking why Rachel is kicked out....

I was like...WTF??!?!?!

So, being professional, I wrote back, again about how Rachel is not kicked out and that she is more than welcome to help out on any pages that she would like to work on. And that she should let me know as soon as possible. Then I informed the Vice Principal.

Ugh...some people!

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porcelain ocean

From: porcelain_ocean
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 05:19 am (UTC)

what I wanna know is why Rachel is too chicken shit to speak up herself. And if she actually knew what was going on then she needs to stop spreading lies, you're (ie Rachel) a professional, grow up.

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From: hisensei808
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 05:36 am (UTC)

Well, Rachel is just your average joe who helps out at the school and assists in the school. I want Janice to get off my back about it and stop saying I said something I never really did. Furthermore, if Rachel got issues, I agree with you, why does she not come to me. What I didn't add, was Rachel didn't even work on her previous assignment, but handed to someone else to do! So, what is the beef?? Really? Tee hee

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Sapphire Phoenix

From: sapphire_heaven
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 05:45 am (UTC)

You would think people who are adults would act professional, but it is not the case. When I get to know the people around me, they still act like high school teenagers when it comes to drama stuff...

Rachel should have let you know about it personally, instead of starting a gossip pile full of alleged things. I'm glad you take things professionally, at least there is one sane person there!

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From: hisensei808
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 06:25 am (UTC)

gotta be....I do value my career. Furthermore, makes no sense to throw mud when mud is flying. I never believed in that, why start now? Thanks for your comment!

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Raven Coleslaw

From: pastbad
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 06:18 am (UTC)

People are lame. She's playing the victim, sad.

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In a World Without You

From: mixed__up
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 06:45 am (UTC)

I hope you simply replied with " STFU BITCH! Have a great day =) " That would've been much cooler than a professional response =P I guess they just want an extra pic/recognition in the yearbook for helping with whatever section lol

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From: darklalice
Date: Feb. 13th, 2008 05:07 pm (UTC)

The only thing I can think of as to why you would need to go to someone else for a voice is if you are intimidated or uneasy about the subject you are talking about. However if it really was that important to her then she should of just asked straight out. This doesn't seem like one of those subjects that people wouldn't feel comfortable talking about and you don't seem like you would be an unapproachable person lol. Anyways what is the deal with employees working on the yearbook? At all the schools I remember going to the students did it >.>

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