From Adolescence to Zenobia: True Stories of the Human Element in the Journey Through School

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Tate Publishing, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
School "is" life. It is a journey, not a destination. Sit at your school desk with your learning cap on and read "From Adolescence to Zenobia" by Stephen W. Fuller, a career public school educator with 'a million' stories to tell. From a girl with a strange disease to one with simply a wet dress, you will laugh and cry at the 'lessons' in schools. Lessons that students have taught, and continue to teach their teachers through the years. Everyone who has ever been in a school has a story to tell. One of these could have been yours.
 

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Contents

The Green Pencil Shirt
13
Martha and the A
17
The National Middle School Other Interview Questions
21
Stans Planet
27
Karen and the Truth
35
Dress Code Blues
41
A Visit from the Kings of the Hill
52
The Claw
56
A Lesson in Life from the Laundromat
77
Perspective
82
Fun with the PA
85
A Disagreement of Biblical Apportions
94
Joey Makes the Call
98
Roma the Lesbian Gang Girl
102
Homesick for LA
107
Zenobia and the Rainstorm
110

My Dads Better
61
Walton Falls for the Bluff
64
Lets Talk about Football 196566
71
Epilogue
114
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