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Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)

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  • 5 Feb, 2016  |
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Kyle Schwartz to get to know her students a little better so she asked them to write her anonymous notes revealing something they wanted her to know. But she just wasn't ready for all of these adorable responses.

1 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


2 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


3 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


4 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


5 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)



6 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


7 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


8 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


9 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


10 Teacher Gets Adorable Responses After Asking 3rd Graders To Write Anonymous Notes (10 pics)


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№1 Author: Nem0 (5 Feb 2016 18:04) Total user comments: 59


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That's sweet, not sure how they'll feel about seeing their notes on twitter though. Anonymous or not, parents can get rabid when they see stuff like that.
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№2 Author: Aindy (6 Feb 2016 00:36) Total user comments: 2863


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Quote: Nem0
That's sweet, not sure how they'll feel about seeing their notes on twitter though. Anonymous or not, parents can get rabid when they see stuff like that.


True that! Also bad karma using your students for internet fame. I mean if something happened in class or recieved a random note then posting that would be fine, but it seems she went out of her way to get the kids to write something she could post online.
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