What Would You Get A Detention For?
Were you chewing gum in class or did you forget your name tag?
You're a senior with Early D, how do spend that time off?
Where do you sit at all-school masses?
What are you doing on a Friday night?
Where do you eat lunch?
How do you get involved?
Your teacher is approaching you... Why are you nervous?
What's your favorite social media?
What's your favorite class?
What movie genre is your favorite?
Good news: Your crush is in your next class. Bad news: you just ate lunch and today was tuna sandwich day. You quickly ask your friend for a piece of gum, slide into your mouth, and the teacher immediately makes you spit it out. You weren't even chewing it long enough to cover up the subtle smell of tuna and on top of that you have to serve detention next Thursday. Bummer. Better luck next time! Insider tip: chew with your mouth closed.
Out of Uniform
Out of Uniform
Was your shirt untucked? Forgot your name tag? Thought you could get away wearing gym shoes without a doctor's note? Carrying a backpack? Really?? Maybe today just wasn't your day. Maybe you were rushed in the morning or maybe you like to push your luck and bend the rules. Either way, it did not work out in your favor this time.
You go to a Catholic school... you know right from wrong, and cheating is wrong.... but the teacher never explicitly said anything about partner tests. Plus you were up all night writing your English paper and just didn't have time to memorize the dates of WWI. Unfortunately, you got caught. You should've listened to Mr. Krawzak's lecture about how "cheetahs never prosper," cheetahs and cheaters both don't prosper, but cheaters are serving detention next Thursday. That includes you.
Was traffic backed up on Hawley? Were you scrambling at the last minute to find your homework? Or was it your friend who distracted you from getting to class on time? Either way, you're late, and your teacher was not happy. Maybe an hour after school Thursday in detention will teach you a valuable lesson... or maybe it won't.
Congratulations! You're the ideal student, or you're the teacher's pet. You bend the rules, but you make sure you don't break them. Teachers love you, and basically you can do no wrong. My advice: take advantage of this. Chew gum, wear gym shoes, and live the high life.