A Kat Production
You coach 7th grade athletics and teach Texas History at a small town middle school. You are new to town and don’t know most of the students, particularly the 8th grade, with whom you have no classroom or gym contact. You took the job with the agreement that you would fulfill another duty: as the principal is elderly and he has no vice principal, he asks you to administer the swats to any boys assigned corporal punishment. Any boy to whom the principal gives a chit must report to you to receive his punishment. Afterwards, you sign the chit and the boy must turn it in to the principal as proof he took his medicine. Boys have the option of reporting to you either before school, after school or during the lunch recess, but they must return the signed chit by the end of school the following day.
Today you paddled Joseph Watts, an 8th grader, before school. Right before lunch, you’re surprised when you hear another kid in the hallway call the boy you paddled ‘Griff’, so you call Griff/Joseph over and ask for an explanation. He hems and haws a bit, but it turns out the real Joseph paid him to take three swats. Joseph now inserts himself into the conversation and suggests you just paddle him now instead of taking both of them to the principal.
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Is that good enough?