March 2005
Principal;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p63
The article contains humorous stories related to schools as explained by schoolteachers. On of the teachers writes that the day after the elections, one of the kindergarten special-needs students entered the room, sat down, and moped. The teacher asked him what was wrong, and he said he was sad because U.S. President George W. Bush won. Was he for another presidential candidate John Kerry? the teacher asked. No, he answered. He just wanted Latta to be his principal, not Bush. Likewise there are several other stories in this article.


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