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Assaulted At School Essay

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By Jessica FoestMOONFLEET-Students of Moonfleet Elementary School were startled by the fish throwing events at their school.When Mr. Maskew stormed into the classroom and threw a fish at the teacher, Mr. Glennie."We were all doing our work when Mr. Maskew came in and started ranting and raving about a headstone, I think. I did ...view middle of the document...

Mr. Glennie my teacher had been hit in the face with a sole and was bleeding", said Jimmy a boy in the class.It turned out that Mr. Maskew was angry about what Mr. Glennie had written on the headstone at David block. David block was the young boy that had been shot by Mr. Maskew. The words were "For God will sure revenge my fate".There were a lot of things said about the headstone, but nothing was for sure. Mr. Maskew found the head stone one day when he was walking in the church yard."I did not know why he was so angry with me at first and then I realized what he was angry about. I did not do anything wrong I wrote what I felt. I tried to shake his hand but he told me he would spit on it if I did so, so I took my hand away", said Mr. Glennie.We do not know for sure if there will be any further aftermath or if Mr. Glennie will do anything to get back at Mr. Maskew or if he will play like nothing ever happened and school will return to normal.

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