Six-Word Saturday: Sudden Death


Sudden death strikes at my school.

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Posted on May 22, 2010, in death, middle school, Six-Word Saturday. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Great post & great blog!
    Happy 6WS – and look forward to *seeing* you again next time!
    Mine’s HERE!


  2. I am so sorry to hear all that…
    you take care of you now…

  3. that is such a sad story…our young “poor” children really do not have it easy!

  4. ~brings forth such saddness…i am so sorry for (ngirl) my blessing to her and her family during this time and always…i can completely understand why they would find comfort in summer school…a safe haven for them…a place where people truly do care…warm wishes and brightest blessings upon you always~

  5. That is so sad. I’m praying right now for the girl and her family.

  6. I’m not even sure what to say about your post today, other than sorry that you and your student(s) have had to deal with this – at any time, but certainly when the school year is coming to a close. I hope the student is able to get the support she will certainly need.

  7. summer school is fun
    safe place for the kids to be
    with free breakfast too

    Happy 6WS! My train has stopped on 6SW. ūüôā

  8. Very sad! I’m sure it affects the whole class and of course yourself too. I’m at a loss for words here which is rare for me. I’m a teacher too. I’ve been teaching in all kinds of school. You learn so much from your students more than you can teach them it seems these days. Thanks for sharing. I’m new at 6 WS. I figured we were only allowed to write 6 words only. Take care,


  9. Oh, how horrible! I can’t even imagine having to deal with the death of my father and the possibility that my brother was responsible. Especially at that age. The poor girl.

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