Teacher Comics: Teacher Nose Supplies (it’s like, a play on words)

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I’m excited to find out from teacher reaction whether I’m the only person who this seems to happen to…

I should mention I’ve been lucky enough to have some patrons out there who’ve bought tissues for my classes on the regular for the past year. To those folks, thank you so much. If you want to be a hero like those fine people, my Amazon Wish List has not only tissues on it, but many other vital supplies for my charges. Check ’em out.

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3 Responses to “Teacher Comics: Teacher Nose Supplies (it’s like, a play on words)”

  1. Allergies to dust or mold in the building. These allergies tend to go undetected because we don’t associate allergies with the winter. But when we close up old buildings, we trap these things inside. Dust is hard to capture completely (it re-enters the air when we go after it–poof) and mold isn’t always visible. One classroom I taught in had black mold in the ceiling tiles. Of course, I didn’t know until another teacher saw them tearing out the ceiling over the summer.

    • Christopher Pearce Says:

      If you could see what our school looks like right now, you’d know how very close to the truth you might be.

  2. I was that kid. (Allergies, as AK said.) And yeah, now I have those kids. Definitely a thing.

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