Monday, December 15, 2008

I'm sorry, Mrs. Smith

Jagger's teacher, Mrs. Smith, recently instituted a behavior tracker at school. It consists of green light, yellow light, and red light and is posted on the wall in the classroom. I am sure you can figure out what means what. Well...Jagger had a bad day at school yesterday. When I went in to get him, he was on RED light, while all the other children were on green. How embarrassing! Apparently he was talking back to Mrs. Smith, not listening or paying attention and sticking his tongue out and spitting - certainly not a good Lebresco representation.

Here's what he had to say:
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I am pretty sure Wednesday is going to be a green light day....for Jagger's sake, it better be.

7 comments:

Kim Moldofsky said...

Is it wrong that this made me laugh? Was that tongue stickign out a subliminal message?

That's really cute.

Anonymous said...

Brought tears to my eyes! I do hope he meant it - unless he was acting (and working his brows), he seemed very sorry. Nana

Wise Grandma said...

Why is it we assume those who say they are sorry, probably are only sorry they got caught? He does look sorry and after having to expose his feelings on camera, I'm willing to be he will have the green light on for a very long time.

Aunt Kristen said...

How Sweet!

Erin said...

OMG - brought tears to my eyes too... too funny. He seems really sorry!

Anonymous said...

I hope he makes Grandma proud on Wednesday!! I hope Santa was busy on Monday morning and didn't see the red light!!

Anonymous said...

Annie says,

Clearly this kid was acting out at school because he was tired. Did you see how many times he yawned? Parents let's get this kid some sleep, shall we!!! LOL!!!