Going Rogue

Sometimes you’ve got to break a few eggs to make a cupcake. For example, the school’s Tardy Policy clearly states that if a student is tardy three times I must issue a detention. Today Trevor P. was physically in his seat when the bell rang, but I could tell that he was not entirely present. He wore dark sunglasses, over-the-ear headphones and reeked of marijuana. I told him that his mind was late for class and gave him a third tardy. This unfortunately made him laugh so uncontrollably that it triggered an asthma attack and he ended up gasping and wheezing on the floor until Cheryl S. lent him her own inhaler. Technically, students are not allowed to administer medicines to other students, but I let her because sometimes you’ve got to go rogue in this life.
Breaking the Law

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