Chronically tardy and truant students at a Massachusetts high school are getting a rude awakening -- a pre-recorded morning wake-up call from their school principal.
The so-called "robo-calls" that began on Wednesday are aimed at rousting about 500 students, the worst-offending sleepyheads, from bed and getting them to school on time.
Guess it's too much to ask that students and parents take the responsibility. *sigh*
It's definitely safest, and more often than not probably a good idea, to keep the sexual innuendo out of class:
A quiz meant to teach high school students how innocent notions can become sexually charged as a person matures has landed a longtime William T. Dwyer High School teacher in hot water.
"We do feel that it was over the top," said Dwyer Principal Joseph Lee of the quiz given Monday by Frank Rozanski to his advanced placement psychology class.
Rozanski was disciplined but was still in the classroom teaching this week, Lee said.
It may have been academically valid, but still, in high school, people will complain.