An Elementary School Teacher Has A Message For Parents On Virtual Etiquette
This teacher would like to remind parents that other students can see and hear them, and that they should be behaving like adults when their kids are in class.
Miami Herald reports that Edith Pride, a teacher from Boca Raton, Florida, made her remarks while speaking at a school board meeting.
In her rant, Pride called out parents for dressing inappropriately, "we’ve seen them in their drawers, their bras, and everything else."
She also suggested that they, you know, not pop up on screen to help their kid with a joint in their hand, "please do not appear with big joints in your hands and cigarettes. Those joints be as big as cigars. Oh yeah, we’ve seen it all.”
How hard is it to put on a shirt and put down the joint when you're helping your kid out with their school work? Sure, we get it, these are weird times that we're living through and we've all reached a point where, let's face it, we'd rather not wear pants. But, maybe keep them on until Timmy and Susie are done with their virtual learning for the day.
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