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    • Brittany Carter

      Leave your excuses at the door :) Absolutely LOVE this!! Will have this posted near the door in my room for sure this year.

    • TheDoughGirl Deb

      Absolutely perfect for middle school and it will be printed poster size for my classroom!!!

    • Erica P

      NOTICE TO ALL STUDENTS! leave the excuses at the door if you didn't do the homework, admit it. if you didn't understand the assignment, ask for help. if you didn't study for the test, accept the grade and resolve to do better nezt time. if you choose not to follow my rudes, you must accept the consequences. this is NOT a democracy. this is MY classroom. I am here for one reason, and one reason only. TO TEACH YOU, TO INSPIRE YOU TO HELP YOU GROW. i'll do my park. the rest is up to you

    • Jenny Jones

      This will be part of the contract I have the students sign on the first day of school.

    • Kristin Nelson

      Leave your excuses at the door :) I might revise a bit making OUR classroom.

    • Erin Eggert

      Leave your excuses at the door :) I'm totally posting this in my classroom!

    • Shelly Keenan

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    • Janice Lane

      classroom poster

    • Vallanda Baker

      student notice

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