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Re: 101 Posting Hints!

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John M. Barrick (astroboy)
Tue, 17 Mar 1998 12:16:03 -0500

I say lighten up. Life is relativly short. I myself am tightly wound and
am trying to ease the tention.I must have missed this tiff. Linda did
you step on toes? I'm sure that is easy when dealing with so many
creative juices. People lets remember this is or should be an
informative,painless and pleasant experience.

Ps I'm am not the one having discipline problems with students. I don't
have any since just moving.I've always worked in small private schools
where class size is no more than 24.I've always had good responsive
teachers and principals.I just can't spell thats all.An Me Grammars Bad
My husband will think your all wacko if you don't.
No Bumps Nor Bruises,

Fields, Linda wrote:
> Dear Mr. T-Obviously I have offended you in some way-for that, I
> apologize, but I find it frustrating when educators do not pay attention
> to the image they project when they don't take the time to write in
> acceptable fashion. Teachers are under the gun for so many things-at
> least in this state-that I believe it is important for us to do what we
> can to convince the public that we practice what we teach. Where I am,
> they are even talking about giving teachers competency tests.
> At any rate, if I offended you, or anyone else on the net, I'm
> sorry. Perhaps my reasons will help you understand. I cannot take you
> off the mailing list-you need to do that through artsednet. Have a great
> day! Linda
> > ----------
> > From: Mr. T[]
> > Sent: Monday, March 16, 1998 9:35 AM
> > To: Fields, Linda
> > Subject: RE: 101 Posting Hints!
> >
> > please remove me from this mailing list.
> >

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