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Put a Finger Down: ACS Student Edition

Today let’s play a game to get students’ point of view over the school with a “put a finger down” game. The game goes this way: First you start off by lifting all your fingers. Then you have to read carefully the 10 sentences that may relate to you. If one sentence relates to you, then you put a finger down. Ok, now below are some questions, read them and if you agree with a question, then put a finger down.

Let’s start!

Put a finger down if you like the school’s administration.
Put a finger down if you have a crush on a teacher.

Put a finger down if you believe that you are a dedicated student.
Put a finger down if you got an honor award.
Put a finger down if you cheated on a test.
Put a finger down if you got caught cheating on a test.

Put a finger down if you like the food in the cafeteria.
Put a finger down if you believe that the “Caseritas” should sell candy inside the school.
Put a finger down if you owe money to the “Caseritas”.

Put a finger down if you don’t like online school and wish to go back to school.

Ok, now let’s talk about the results. If you put 2 fingers down because of the two first questions, then I agree with you when talking about how the school’s administration is not that bad. I would be curious if it is true that you have a crush on a teacher. It is kind of weird, but no big deal.
If you put down your fingers in questions 3,4,5,6 then, you are dirty. It is good that you believe that you are a dedicated student and that you got an honor award, but not that dedicated when cheating in a test. Even worse being caught cheating! If one is going to cheat, be sure to not be caught.
If you put your fingers down on questions 7 and 8 then I completely agree with you, especially with question 8. The cafeteria’s food is good, especially in recess, but imagine having the caseritas inside the school! That would be something totally necessary for the school to do. If you put your finger down in question 9, then pay your debt!
Lastly, if you put your finger down in question 10, I bet most students would agree with you. It is not clear when we are going back to face-to-face school, but we all hope for the school to open soon.

Mirko Lebl

My name is Mirko Lebl and I love adrenaline. I live in La Paz, Bolivia and a word that would describe me is flexible.

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