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I'm Gifted and Talented, so me and a few friends skipped recess a day a week to go see a counselor to help us with our 'troubles'. While we were gone, a girl in our class named Julianna spread around a rumor that we were actually aliens and that was the time we had to go back and take pills so we could keep looking like humans. She also said that 'Gifted' meant we had special powers like setting fire to things with our eyes ^^ I wish.
My daughter was slightly ADHD when she was younger and took some of her classes as remedial. We were thinking about this time of moving to a smaller town, and when we were on our way to look at the house - she, being 8 said "oh good they have slow children too!" You know the sign that means slow down children present!
I used to think the Senior Center was where all the high school seniors got to hang out and cut class
When i was six my school was teaching us about different religions. Because virtually everyone in my class was Christian, my teacher opened her talk about Hinduism by saying 'Hindus are people who are not Christians....'. Because I knew my mum was an athiest, i loudly announced 'my mum is a Hindu'. My teacher looked a bit suprised and said 'really? How interesting!' Does she celebrate Diwali?' i didnt know what she was talking about but i said yes as not to appear stupid. Later, at a parents evening, my teacher asked my mum if she had had a pleasant Diwali. When my mum found out she teased me for ages, and told most of my family. She tells people about it to this day........i was only 6!
in my Primary (elementry) school, there was an after school care. I went there every day till my mum came home from work and pickeed me up. My friend Susan, didnt realise till she was in p4 that we went home at the end of the day because she didnt go there, she thought all the kids who went to after school care slept in the scholl attic every night. Im going in to my first year at secondary now and i still cant tell if the penny has dropped.
When i was little i thought that i could see microbes and in school when we would do experiments using microscopes i would not use a microscope because i thought that i didnt need them.
The neighborhood where I grew up was entirely Catholic, and I went to the Catholic grade school down the street. I used to think that the kids who attended the public school at the opposite end of the block were just Catholics who couldn't afford the tuition.
I used to think that at preschool our restroom was for resting and thought that our class must just not use the restroom for nap time because some other class probably was.
i used to think that the lunch ladies at my school chewed up the carotts and then spit them in th econtainer for us to eat!!
When I was 5 my class was cutting out pictures from magazines to make greeting cards. One girl told me that when you cut someone's picture up, the person gets cut up in real life too. So I started cutting all the pictures of people I saw up, because I wanted to show she was lying & that I didn't believe her. But deep-down I felt guilty & sad for the peoples families.
On a side note, another classmate started crying when I cut up Father Christmas 'cos they thought they wouldn't get presents anymore.
One day when school was out my mom came to pick my sister and myself up. Except my sister wasnt there. I asked my mom why and she said she had to stay after to take a make up test.I thought to myself "She'll do great she wears alot of make-up
I always heard the phrase "honor roll" as "on a roll". It made sense to me that if a person had mostly B's they would get a certificate saying "B On a Roll" like, "hey you're getting a lot of b's you're on a roll".
When my neighbor got a D on his report card, I asked him if there was a D "On a roll" and he punched me. Lessons learned the hard way.
when i was little the first time we had a fire drill, i ran to my cubby and took everything out because i thought the school was actually going to burn down. the teacher told me to leave the stuff but i was clinging to it so hard she had to call another teacher in to pry it out of my hands
In elementary school, there was a bathroom on the edge of the school grounds, which was seldom monitored by school officials. A rumor went around that there were these older kids (7th or 8th graders maybe, or high-schoolers) who would hang out in the bathroom with electric razors. When an unlucky child wandered in there, they would be grabbed by the "Shavers," who would proceed to shave off all your hair! We would tell each other "don't go in there, the Shavers will get you!" I wonder now if it started as a warning to some kid not to wander alone into unmonitored closed spaces. At that age most of us had no knowledge of sexual predation.
One of the teacher's aides when I was in kindergarten told me that the principal could see everything we were doing, so we had better be good. I thought he was watching us through a camara in the ceiling, and that he sat around all day in a room with security screens all around like you see on TV. Once I waved at the ceiling, because I wanted to say 'hi'.
I used to wonder why you would go to high school for two years as a freshman and sophomore, then have to go to junior high school when you were a junior, then back to regular high school when you were a senior.
When I was little I believed you went to the grade of your age. For example at 6 yrs old = sixth grade and so on. So by the time you were 12 I was finished with school.
When I was at school and was threatened with having to 'pick up papers' (rubbish in the playground) for misbehaving I was really worried as I believed that 'papers' were some form of legal document which my parents would receive.
Until I was in middle school I thought that all the clocks in school stopped as soon as school got over and then starting telling time again when you went back in the morning.
Being in a rural school district and never having actually seen the school building, as a child, I believed that the school was actually the bus that came to pick my older sister up. When I started kindergarten, I was surprised when I didn't see desks and chairs on the bus that first day!