I have a question. Why is your class so boring? I mean, not a lot of people would mind if you quit.
Go to the principles office! NOW! And expect your parents to be there too!
I did't think my dad would get involved. I need to start acting better to not disappoint him.
Mr. William, you son has been getting in extra trouble lately. Is there anything going on at home that we should know about? No? Well maybe you should to talk to him about his attitude towards school. He has been very rude and disrespectful to everyone.
The class sniggered, and Ms.Cassy turned around to see that one of her students was raising their hand. She was just about to tell them what the answer to the problem was, but a question wouldn't hurt. She called on Jason and right off the bat he started to try and offend her. The class cracked up laughing.
Hey, Jason come sit next to us. We were planning on finding ways to anger Ms. Cassy again!
Jason angered the teacher now. She shot back instantly, and you can tell she was waiting for this day for a long time. The kids gathered around whispering under their breath. But Jason was too witty and simply said thanks. Everyone was confused and just stood silently for what seemed forever. Then Jason just turned around and walked out the door.
Good question Jason!
I have a question. If solving a system of linear equations in two variables by the elimination method gives us that solution, the what is the difference using the substitution method?
Jason didn't believe Ms, Cassy when she said that she will call his dad, but he wish he had. Just hearing their conversation made him feel bad. He knew that his dad wanted him to succeed in school. He decided then and there that he would meet the schools requirement to make his father happy. Meanwhile, he was confused for his dad and principle were talking for quite a while and all he heard was low grumbles. He didn't know what they were saying, which worried him.
And I am pleased to say that Jason has earned a 4.0 GPA!
When Jason got on the bus to go to school, he looked around. He usually sat in the back with his friends, but instead he sat in the front. When Elizabeth saw that he didn't come join her and her friends, she called him over. He turned her down though very quickly, and she was really upset. They stared at each other, for who knows why. Then Jason broke eye contact and looked out the buses window, simply saying "No".
Jason worked hard in all of his classes, especially Ms.Cassys. He asked good questions and payed extra attention. for the rest of the year he took everyone's feelings into consideration and tried his hardest in every class.
After cleaning up his act, Jason has earned the highest grade that he could get. His dad and teachers were so proud of him. He was invited to a ceremony, and the principle himself awarded Jason with a certificate and medal. After the ceremony, every one cheered, and who knows, maybe Jason succeeded in life too!