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  • May 26

    Quote from Flare
    i agree with OD, i will usually just send you a reminder letter - something short and sweet and on some sort of eye catching paper - if something is grinding my gears. If i send it out and it's white, it's because i find it to be an obligation, the brighter the paper, the more annoyed with an issue I am.

    Beware the Lime Green!

  • May 26

    Quote from chloe8100
    I was thinking the same thing! 1)A male to female trans isn't going to walk around looking like a badass rocker hottie, and 2)I would LOVE to share a bathroom with the guy in that picture. :yummy:



    You do defecate and urinate in the bathroom, as does he, yes?
    Someone I found hot would be the last person I would want to share a bathroom with, despite all my output smelling like roses.

  • May 26

    Chest pain, diaphoresis, shortness of breath, feeling that death is imminent, pleading for mercy, bargaining, dizziness, flushed face, twisted limbs, the drama THE PAIN!!! HAVE MERCY!!!

    The new season of Chicago Med???


    No, the school health office during the week of practice for the k-5 track meet.

  • May 26

    Quote from arnoldlayne
    Btw, I'm still very annoyed because if the "accident" report form we use in school doesn't count for anything when a situation arises, what is the point of having teachers fill them out in the first place?
    You aren't trying to apply logic or reason to a government institution are you?

  • May 25

    Yesterday, first thing in the morning - student presents c/o severe wrist pain, fell off bicycle night before. Mom did nothing., I called referred for eval. Student back today with brace and bottle of advil that expired 3 years ago. I e-mail mom and her answer is - "It is not expired, I just put it I an old bottle." I sent back, meds have to be in original container. Now, it is my fault kid is in pain.........

    C'MON NOW!!!

  • May 25

    Quote from Farawyn
    Lookit you being all cool today. You must be wearing pink.
    Red, long sleeve, 100% cotton crew neck T.

  • May 25

    An incident report can come in any form, it can be something jotted on a paper towel. So put that issue to bed.

    If "bad" things happen, how could you withholding your treatment notes change the course of that? If "bad" things happen the court will order you to turn them over anyway. The parent does have a right to obtain information regarding their child.

    If you're worried about being second guessed about your treatment of the incident you might as well not worry. If it goes "bad" everyone will be second guessed and questioned about everything.

    I would print the stuff up, mark it confidential, and give it to my principal to take responsibility for beyond that. Wash your hands of it until a subpoena or your school attorney shows up...or nothing ever comes of it.

  • May 25

    Drink cheap beer like Busch or Natural Light.

  • May 25

    Spring cleaning at my house. Mrytle Beach for 10 days. Lot's of pool time and relaxation. I love my summer break !!

  • May 25

    We will be at Myrtle this year too! I'm already dreaming about my toes being ion the sand!!

    Quote from Praiser
    Spring cleaning at my house. Mrytle Beach for 10 days. Lot's of pool time and relaxation. I love my summer break !!

  • May 24

    I have been dealing with the same thing this year. The TA's are new, young and inexperienced. They bring them in all day long...

    Next year, I am going to toughen up though. Give them some stricter parameters for bringing kids. There are 7 adults over there with 11 kids. I on the other hand are working with a 1:1300 ratio.

  • May 24

    You did the right thing. Only when we set reasonable boundaries will the staff "get it."

    Poop on a shoe is not a medical issue.

    Nor is the hem of a dress coming loose.

    Nor are broken glasses. (I am terrible at trying to fix them anyway.)

  • May 24

    Quote from lifelearningrn
    So, a student comes into my office with her nurse pass saying, "Snowflake stepped in poo"..

    I was in a bad mood already.. so I had student go to my restroom and clean her shoe (which had no poo that I could see) in the sink and then wash her hands before sending her back to class..I left a note on her pass back to class letting teacher now that in the future she can use the hallway restroom to clean poo off of her shoes and does not need a pass to the nurse for this.

    Am I wrong for trying to nip this in the bud?? Poo on shoes is NOT a medical issue. UGG
    Were they UGGs?

  • May 23

    Yeah, I had a 5th Grade teacher bypass me this year and call a parent. I had already fully assessed said student, who is a frequent flyer, and had send her back to class but teacher was convinced she was DYING. So she calls mom out of work (as a nurse no less) and tells her she has to pick said student up.

    Guess who was back in school and just fine the next day.

    Can you imagine if we tried to switch up their jobs? Yeah, it would go over like a fart in church.

    You do your job, I'll do mine.

    But Old Dude is right, people are going to do what they will do. And if that happens, I'm out of it.

  • May 23

    Don't let it get to you, just remind your principal he/she is responsible for all this unless you are involved in it. If I don't know anything about it I don't worry about it.


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