Most of the events I can remember are from when I went to high school. I went South Brunswick High School, which was a blue ribbon school but it wasn’t perfect. My high school was very big on protecting the children, with their no fight rules and their strict no bullying policies. Even though the school had so many rules to protect kids, there will always be a few kids who don’t give a crap about the rules. We had one of those kids and his name was zain. He was a big kid about 6 foot 2 and about 190 pounds. He was kid that didn’t get along really well with others no matter how many times kids were trying to be nice. Unlike Sapo in the story zain
wasn’t brave enough to fight his english teacher but he was able to fight the other kids. One day a kid named marcus was suppose to help marcus cheat on the math exam but he didn’t. Marcus gave zain the wrong answers and put the correct answers on his sheet only. Zain got really mad found marcus in the cafeteria and started to beat the living crap out of him. He made marcus lose a tooth and drenched his face in blood. The fight only stopped when the ex-military wrestling coach took him...
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...get about everything else. He was a really smart guy but it was way to easy to make him go off tangent. I was surprised that he didn’t teach anything that class I thought I would get caught after the first half hour.
When I was in high school I had went through the same thing as Ernesto while he was there. I had kids who disobeyed the rules and got into fights. I had a good teacher, Mrs.Martinez who loved kids and always helped me out. There was also a bad teacher like Mr.Drakes who never cared and served no purpose as a teacher expect to torture students. I wish Zain fought Mr.Drakes instead of marcus all the kids would have liked him then. Also I forgot to do my homework for biology and had to distract my teacher like Ernesto and Sapo. It’s weird how people who never even met have the same experiences but those are the experiences that make life better.
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