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TopsQueen November 9th, 2017 5:24pm

If your teacher sent a letter home, to your parents, and you got a beating for it, would you bring home a second letter or get rid of it on the way home? They don’t have to be signed.

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ladyniner81 people suck
11/10/17 9:04 am

If that happened, I got yelled at or grounded.

RussianThunder Russia and USA
11/09/17 8:08 pm

I wouldn’t get a beating

Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/09/17 5:01 pm

If I wasn’t prepared to take the beating, I wouldn’t have gotten caught doing whatever would result in one.

LeftLibertarian The Age of Outrage
11/09/17 11:45 am

Well if I’d probably tell the teacher whether i like the teacher or not. If i like them I’ll tell cause I’d be in a clear need for an adult figure to trust cause my parents are clearly failing to meet that role. If i don’t like them it could be a means to making them feel guilty. But if for whatever reason I didn’t, I would absolutely toss the letter, and would probably keep a lot more than that from my parents. They would have to make a profound and genuine effort to ever regain my trust again.

mudkip17 United States of Texas
11/09/17 10:29 am

as far as I know, unless it's a daily progress report, most letters are emailed or the teacher just calls them, because students lose everything. some teachers might send letter, none that I know though

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
11/09/17 12:45 pm

This was way way before the Internet. I would go to school with bruises pretty frequently nothing was done then. I tossed the letter on the way home and felt very guilty about it

11/09/17 6:17 pm

I'm so sorry you went through this, tops.

TheMadScientist the mad laboratory
11/09/17 7:09 pm

As a teacher, I absolve you of any guilt. We didn't want you struck.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
11/09/17 8:30 pm

I’m sure I went to school with bruises many times. Nothing was done back then. Thank you though.