A Kat Production
You are an 8th grade history teacher at Barnhart Junior High School. Lately some of the 13 and 14 year old boys have been amusing themselves by snapping the bras of girls sitting in front of them. Though you’ve had no problems so far in your class, you’ve heard from other teachers about the trend. Today, however, in your third period class, you have your back turned so that you can draw a quick diagram on the blackboard. While you are turned away, you hear one of your female students shriek. You turn around just in time to see Travis (age 14) moving his hand back.
The victimized girl hardly seems indignant. Though she is blushing, she is also giggling. Travis grins at you and mumbles, “Sorry, Sir.” You note that despite his words, his tone isn’t very apologetic. As a teacher, you can assign lines or give up to three licks with your paddle. How will you deal with Travis?