You Get A Call From The Principal.....

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Spotty- Ate everything
Sooba- Purred too loudly, shattering every window in the school
Amber: Headbutted everything and everyone
Mittens- Growled, and frightened everyone
Domino- Slept during class, and the snores disrupted everyone
 

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:flail:Hahahaha!! This thread is hilarious!
What a great idea. 😁

Lets see, for the two kitties I'm feeding I'd say.....

Panther is trying to bribe the teacher with lots of love'ns for extra pets and treats.

Honey is being antisocial, hiding behind the bushes, but when she does come out, she just ignores everybody while getting in trouble for grooming in class.

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That Oliver was sneaking up and jumping on the other cats.
That he was disrupting the class with his zoomies.
That he was stealing other cats' toys
That he knocked over a shelf he tried to jump on.
For Cali that she refuses to socialize with the other cats
 

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Got a phone call from the principle back when they were in an earlier grade about PDA during nap time. Had to go down and explain that Shade had just came back from spending the night at his doctor so Noka was slightly touchy feeling about her brother.
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Principal. Remember that the principal is your pal -- unless you were a troublemaker.
 

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Sarah threw a tantrum because her staff (classmates) were not at her beck and call, and felt neglected when she was not told she was beautiful at least 20 times during the school day. Her name means "princess," and she certainly is that.

Eric is extremely intelligent, so he finished his lessons before everyone else, is now bored, and is putting his butt in his classmates' faces, especially that of the pretty calico he has a crush on. "No butt, Eric" is something he hears a lot at home and at school. He has also changed the password on his teacher's phone, and refuses to tell him what it is.
 

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I was on a last name basis with my principle...

"Johnson! My office! NOW!"

-- OR --

"Johnson?! Not AGAIN?!"
Principal -- but he wasn't your pal. Was there a paddle in the office when you were in school? There was in mine. It was never used on me, but my dad pointed it out to me at the beginning of every school year. He was in the Navy for 20 years, so he was very strict with me. I didn't like it then, but I'm grateful as an adult because I stayed out of trouble -- no smoking, no drinking or drugs, no baby at 16, no truancy, and no arrests.
 

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Yes, there was a paddle! It hung on a hook in the back of the principal's coat closet.

You were given a choice: You could take three whacks with the paddle or you could call home and explain what happened to your parents.

Mostly from starting food fights in the cafeteria, during lunch.

1) You had to clean up the mess. The janitor stood there and watched to make sure you cleaned up EVERYTHING.

2) The "Walk of Shame" to the office. Everybody stood in a line, facing the wall, no talking allowed, while they were called in, one by one.

3) Next came the lecture. Then came the choice. Almost everybody took the paddle. The school nurse stood by as a witness.
Turn around. Both hands on the desk. No looking. Count each whack out loud.

4) You had to eat lunch in the teacher's area for a week. Separate tables. No talking.
 
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