Comic 211 - Distraction

2nd Apr 2012, 1:34 AM in Ch 9: One Week
Distraction
Average Rating: 4 (3 votes)
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Jocelyn 2nd Apr 2012, 1:34 AM edit delete
Jocelyn
Okay, just because other peoples’ school experiences have been different from mine in the past, I’d like to clarify this a little. The “report card”, for me, always came at the end of semesters a couple times over the course of the school year (usually, just before Christmas break, Spring break and Summer vacation, if I remember correctly). But in between those, there’d be an additional pseudo-report card known as a “progress report”, which does just what it sounds like; it reports the students’ current progress. It’s not terribly reliable in most cases and is usually subject to change, but my schools always sent them out. Anyway, I just wanted to include that, in case other peoples’ schools did no such thing.

And yeah, Rain’s a pretty awful student. I was too, actually (she is largely based off me, after all). I bet you didn’t think that math thing was going to be relevant, did you? ^_^

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Nightsky 2nd Apr 2012, 1:57 AM edit delete reply
Nightsky
Wow. A comic with a school setting where grades actually matter. I... actually don't think I've seen this before. I'm not trying to be funny, either. It's weird how irrelevant the "school" part usually is in the comic. o_o
Aetherium 2nd Apr 2012, 7:15 AM edit delete reply
Neither have I o.O Usually classes are settings for whisperings and note-passing that furthers the plot and not their education. This comic is even more awesome! <3
Some Ed 12th Jun 2017, 12:22 AM edit delete reply
I always got midterm evaluations around Halloween before college, and decidedly before Halloween in college. Just sayin. I think there was one school I went to that called them progress reports.
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