Okay, any mamas out there who teach, give me your opinion about this one.
I teach two intro classes at a local university. Today was our first day of class. I handed out index cards and asked each student to write a few pieces of basic information about him/herself on the card. When they were handed back and I started reading them out loud to learn the students' names, I suddenly came upon one card that was blank except for the phrase, "I want to see you naked."
I was totally floored, as you can imagine. What on earth am I supposed to do with that? At the time, I just raised my eyebrows, said wryly, "Nice," and then kept going. I wasn't about to let whoever-it-was see me flustered by such a juvenile prank.
But now I'm thinking about it and wondering, what do I do with this? I can probably ID handwriting and figure out who wrote it, but I'm wondering if it's worth it. I'm going to take it to the head of my dept. and ask his advice, too, but I thought it might be helpful to get some other opinions here.
If it were you, what would you do?
Edited by Comtessa - 1/25/12 at 5:14pm