September

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  • Weirdo!
  • Nope I am with you! wait do you hate me? Nooooo!
  • Hoodhood? Do you go to temple bethel,  St Alberts?
  • I need an ally for my battle with Mrs.Baker.
  • no! she is not that bad deal with it!
  • Fix it and be good! your future and mine depends on it.
  • she has set a boobie trap up but my fathers reputation depends on it.  Okay outside it is.
  • leave me alone and go outside! no reading!
  • I would rather just stay in and read.
  • Mrs. Baker is calling roll and gets to Holling only to discover that is he staying on Wednesday. That is when he realizes she hates him.
  • you'll pay for this holling! I need to go throw up on Mrs. Sidman. bye
  • oops! didn't mes to hurt you! hope you feel better!
  • Holling is convinced he is in battle with Mrs. Baker. He is looking for an ally.
  • today we are diagramming sentences.  you will all have a sentence to diagram. do it well.
  • Holling thinks Mrs.  Baker  has set a trap for him outside with 8th graders, so he wants to stay in an read but Mrs. Baker orders him to go outside and fall into her trap.
  • i thought passing was passing. She really does hate my guts.
  • Mrs. Baker wants you to re-take 6th grade mathematics  but you did pass so your off the hook.
  • When Holling finally decides to go outside he ends up being asked to play soccer so he plays. when playing he trips Doug Swietecks' brother.when mrs.sidman goes to help him he pukes all over her. 
  • when Holling was diagramming the sentences he got called up to the office. he was happy because he got out of class for a little.
  • yay I get to get out of diagramming sentences because I was called to the principal's office.
  • When Holling was sent to the principals office he was there because Mrs. Baker wanted to get rid of him and put in 6th grade math. when he returned to tell her that he wouldn't be taking the classes she said regrettable very slowly and with all of the syllables. 
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