The bell toned an incoming announcement during 2nd period today. Carol's distinctive Texan drawl came over the speaker, saying something that sounded a lot like:
"Teachers, please excuse the interruption. We need you to keep your students in the building. It's not safe for them to go in the parking lot right now. There's a gang in the parking lot. Do not let your students go to their cars."
My students looked at me for clarification, but I was just as baffled as they were. Whatever was going on, the administration was apparently dealing with it, and we had Greek myths to discuss. I continued the lesson.
Bell tone. Carol again, speaking with a lot more precision: "Teachers, please excuse the interruption. It seems my accent is causing some confusion. We don't have a gang in the parking lot. We have game in the parking lot. There's a coyote in the parking lot."
Which, oddly, makes a lot more sense.
Relax, it's nat'ral.ReplyDelete
Since when has coyote been "game"? More like a varmint, I think.ReplyDelete
Mmm...I like it better as gang. I want to know what their solution would be to a gang in the parking lot.ReplyDelete
Well, if it's like my old school, they'd call the FBI.ReplyDelete