Southbridge High School went into lockdown today when live ammunition was discovered in the building. Except there was a twist…..
What. A. Maroon.
Bruh, you’re a teacher there. It’s a nice new building they’ve got in Southbridge, which means there’s gonna be surveillance cameras everywhere. The mere fact that he’s dumb enough to not know that they’d look at the tapes and catch him in the act should disqualify him from ever teaching again. I’m honestly more offended by that than I am by the fact that he dropped live ammo in a stairwell, pretended to find it, and came to school reeking of booze. That and the fact that this boob brought a shotgun and 102 rounds of ammo to school in his car, despite the fact that his LTC was expired, knowing full well that WHEN he got caught they’d certainly search his car next.
Don’t get me wrong, his point was a fair one. But if proving your point requires the school to go into lockdown and a police investigation, then you should probably pick a better way to get your point across.
Southbridge really is it’s only little world. It’s surrounded by nice places – Sturbridge, Dudley, Charlton, Woodstock. Ask anyone over the age of 50 who grew up there – it used to be a nice little town.
Then they opened up the DTA office and it all went straight to hell. You do that and it’s like a ratchet siren. Every fupapotamus from southern Worcester County set up shop there within months. And when that happens the schools turn to shit. At least Worcester’s got options. Doherty is a lot better than North. Chandler Elementary and West Tatnuck Elementary are like different universes. But in Southbridge you just have one high school and middle school, and all these crotch fruits have to go there. Consequently they consistently lead the league in dropout rates and lowest MCAS scores.
Now this isn’t to shit on the teachers, who I’m sure besides this guy are doing a fine job. But you can’t turn Shaw’s brand sneakers into Jordan’s, and the teachers can only play the hand their dealt. It’s gotta be tough working at a school like this. I was at neighboring Shepherd Hill after teaching two years in Worcester and it was like night and day. Working in an urban school is a million times more challenging than a suburban school because of socioeconomic and cultural realities.
You can tell just by looking at this guy that Southbridge High School scrambled his brains. Just look at those bags underneath his eyes.
Dat muh fuckah has seen some shit. Dude looks like he’s a couple years from retirement and he couldn’t take one more day of being referred to as “Yoooo mistahhh.” Anyone who’s ever taught in an urban school knows what it feels like to only be called Yoooo mistahhh. The Yoooo mistahhh kids are the kids who are in gangs and like to play with guns and drugs. In Southbridge they are in no short supply. This is why at Shepherd Hill some of our best students were the kids from Southbridge. Because their parents cared and got them the hell out of Southbridge High School where they were taught to refer to their teachers as Yoooo mistahhh.
Oh well, without a job at least you’ll have more time for all night benders with the Mrs. at Foxwoods.
So like I said, the guy had a fair point I’m sure. It is easy to get guns into schools. He just couldn’t have possibly done a worse job proving his point. But the good part about working in Southbridge is the Yoooo Mistahhh kids will go full free muh boi if and when you are arrested.
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