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What your report card comments really mean

Read between the lines- even when it's your teacher talking

Caitlin Keane, Reporter

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Works Well Independently:

You’ve managed to tick off every group member you’ve ever had, and frankly, I don’t assign many group projects anymore because of you.

Extends Very Good Effort: 

I actually like you. You get A’s and pay attention when I’m talking and don’t interrupt me when I’m giving instructions. You don’t waste my time asking what page we’re on when you’re already open to it.

Is Easily Distracted:

How many people are Snapchatting you throughout the day, wanting to see your face? I think everyone around you in class would agree that 70 minutes with you is more than enough.

Pleasure to Have in Class:

Honestly, I don’t really know who you are.

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