: Yes you do. A referral can be considered a
: legal document. If the parent questions, the
: principal needs the information to be very
: specific. Maybe I have an unusually dirty
: mind, but i can think of several actions the
: student might have been emulating. The
: principal needs to know exactly which one.
: It could also make a difference in what
: punishment is administered.Your principal
: may or may not be as "slow" as you
: say, but they are in the right by asking for
: --Previous Message--
: So I had an incedent in class that began
: a junior high student making
: "inappropriate gestures" on his
: mouthpiece with his mouth. I'm sure you all
: understand the 7th grade band male and know
: exactly what I'm talking about.
: So, our principal (who is VERY slow) has me
: come in and talk more about the situation.
: Principal: "So, what was he
: Me: "Well, he was making some very
: inappropriate gestures on his
: mouthpiece." (I explain what the
: mouthpiece is and what it looks like."
: P: "Ok, but what was he doing?"
: M: "Well... you can imagine a 7th grade
: boy's mind and what they would be trying
: to... emulate..."
: P: "... ok, but what exactly was he
: M: *screaming internally*