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From the bestselling author of Teacher Misery comes this hilarious collection of authentic student work. From elementary kids' hysterically inappropriate misspellings and drawings to high school kids and their inappropriate essays such as “How to Twerk,” this substantive masterpiece covers it all! A perfect gift for teachers of any age, this voyeuristic peek into a teacher’s world will leave you roaring with laughter!
Crap My Students Make is a curated collection that combines hundreds of outrageous, never-before-seen student artifacts as well as favorites from the wildly popular Teacher Misery instagram account.
Highly amusing chapters include: My Kid Has a Hert Lag & Other Excuses, That Looks Like a D*** and Other Inappropriate Drawings, My Heart is as Big as Your Ass & Other Poetry, Sorry I Pooped on the Playground & Other Heartfelt Letters, What’s the Square Root of Deez Nutz? & Other Incident Reports, Classroom Confessions and so much more!
West Carthage - Morris A. Klock, Jr. , 60, of 82 Champion St. , died Sunday morning, May 3, 2015 at his residence where he was under the care of his family and Hospice of Jefferson County. Morris was born in Gouverneur on March 16, 1955, the son of the late Morris A. and Beatrice A. Morse Klock Sr. He was a 1973 graduate of Gouverneur High School. He married the former Teresa H. Idzenga on March 17, 1973 at the Gouverneur Methodist Church. He worked on the family farm and later was a herdsman for a large dairy operation in the Southern Tier. The couple returned to Carthage in 1978 and he began his employment with Carthage Papermakers, working as a beater engineer until retiring do to his illness in December of 2014. He was a member of the BPOE Lodge # 1762 of Carthage. He is survived by his wife, Teresa H. Klock of West Carthage, one daughter and her husband: Winnie and Eric Newman of Glenfield, two sons and their wives: Gregory and Tricia Klock of Pennellville and Morris and Tracy Klock III of Watertown, 7... two sisters: Mrs. He is predeceased by a sister, Linda LaRock. A memorial service will be held on Friday, May 8th at 5:00 PM at the Bezanilla-McGraw Funeral Home with Rev. Burial will be held at the convenience of the family in Swinburne Cemetery, Deer River. Calling hours will precede the memorial service on Friday from 2-5pm. To leave a condolence, go to www. Source: www.watertowndailytimes.com
West Carthage - , 60, of 82 Champion St., died Sunday morning, May 3, 2015 at his residence where he was under the care of his family and Hospice of Jefferson County. Morris was born in Gouverneur on March 16, 1955, the son of the
Another witness, Morris Eckles, said it was "really obvious" Max was stoned. "Max looked really tired and had that stoned look," he told the inquiry. Child protection worker Jane Griffin said the Department of Human Services (DHS) did not support
RT @redsea99: Our esteemed editor Jane Morris with biennale director Okwui Enwezor. Arsenale is a difficult space but "I tamed it" he says … 05/04/15, @18thStreetArts
RT @redsea99: Our esteemed editor Jane Morris with biennale director Okwui Enwezor. Arsenale is a difficult space but "I tamed it" he says … 05/04/15, @TheArtNewspaper
@redsea99 Forgot the picture... Jane Morris with Okwui Enwezor #TANVenice http://t.co/hWwkmY9uMK 05/04/15, @redsea99
Immortalized by painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti and widely imitated by fashionable women, Jane Morris (1839-1914) was not a typical Victorian beauty. Her unruly dark hair, lanky figure, and loose garments stood out in an age that favored petite, fair-haired women with feminine curves. Drawing on lavish portraits and rare photographs, Debra Mancoff examines Morris's image within the context of Pre-Raphaelite aesthetic ideals and Victorian standards of fashion. Part biography, part art history, and part cultural study, Jane Morris traces the beauty's rise from an eighteen-year-old working-class Oxford girl to a virtual "supermodel" for the Pre-Raphaelites, focusing on her relationships with artist-designer William Morris, whom she married in 1859, and Rossetti, with whom she shared a life-long romance.
... taught by the Blackheath Morris group in preparation for the task. His family – wife Ronnie and children John, Bruce and Jane – are unsurprised by his actions, as he has previously recreated other journeys made by Elgar, Bach, Mendelsson and Handel.
Georgia Morris, all her friends and classmates at Alta Heights Elementary School. Jane had many friends and was the unofficial Ambassador of Friendship by smiling and saying Hi! to all she met. To those who said hi back, she would beam and say ...
The Coventry City Former Players Association was asked to enter a Cake in the aforementioned competition and CCFPA membership Secretary Sarah-Jane Morris duly obliged on behalf of CCFPA (see photo). Thanks Sarah! Mindful that on 23 January 1915 a football ...
Jane Morris (née Jane Burden ; 19 October 1839 – 26 January 1914) was an English artists' model who embodied the Pre-Raphaelite ideal of beauty. She was a model ...
Jane Morris, Actress: True Lies. Jane Morris was born in Quincy, Illinois, USA. She is an actress, known for True Lies (1994), Runaway Bride (1999) and Behind the ...
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Jane Morris, muse of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and wife of William Morris. Pre-Raphaelite Stunner.