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Miss Malarkey Won’t Be In Today. Illustrations By: Stephanie Torres & Kiara Renderos.

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illustrations by stephanie torres kiara renderos

Miss Malarkey Won’t Be In Today

Illustrations By:

Stephanie Torres & Kiara Renderos


It was Tuesday morning. Ms.Malarkey woke up feeling even worse. She didn’t know what to do. She had to called the principal to get a substitute for her class again. Mr. Doberman came to her class.


Even though Miss Malarkey was feeling bad because she was very sick, she was also kind of calm because she thought her students had a great substitute.


In the middle of the class the principal, Mr. Wiggins got out his office and went inside Mr.Doberman classroom to see what was going on because he heard a lot of noise. All of the students had this sad face and they were all upset.


The principal asked the students, “Why are you children sad”. All the students said in a sad voice, “ Mr. Doberman is a mean teacher! And we want Miss Malarkey back!!”


Mr. Wiggins called Miss Malarkey and asked, “ Miss Malarkey? Are you feeling a little better now?” And Miss Malarkey answered in a sick and soft noise coughing “no”.


“ I just wanted to let you know that I am very upset with the substitute and I want you to let me know when your feeling better.” said Mr. Wiggins. When Miss Malarkey heard what he had to say she went running to the doctor so she can feel better.


Miss Malarkey was still sick but, she went to the school as fast as she could after she got out the doctor. She went because she tried to teach the class.



Miss Malarkey said in her mind, “I need to get well as soon as I can so I can get to teach my students again”. If Miss Malarkey didn’t teach she at last wanted the teacher change.


Miss Malarkey was talking to the principal and they both walked to her classroom. They stood outside the classroom while watching the substituted screaming at the children


One of the students saw Miss malarkey outside the classroom and started to point at her. He said “ Miss Malarkey is here Miss Malarkey is here ! “ .

The students all ran outside to hug Miss Malarkey. She said “ no kids if you hug me I might get you sick I\'m sorry “. “Why are you here Miss Malarkey? ”, said one of the students.
“I am here to talk to Mr. Wiggins about changing your substitute” , said Miss Malarkey. The kids all started screaming at her all at once saying “please change him , he\'s mean , I\'m scared” PLEASE”.
Mr. Doberman went outside and screamed at the kids to go into the classroom. Miss Malarkey got scared and asked Mr. Doberman if he could please lower his voice. He said “ who are you get away from my classroom” Miss Malarkey said “ I am the teacher of this classroom and please don’t scream at me.”
Mr.Doberman got worried and said “ I\'m sorry I screamed at you.” She told him I\'m sorry but I will talk to the principal about having you changed. “NO” said Mr. Doberman I promise to become nicer.
“I will give you a second chance” said Miss Malarkey. Miss Malarkey said goodbye to her students & went home. The next day Miss Malarkey called Mr. Wiggins to ask about her classroom, Mr. Wiggins said, “yes I\'ve checked on your classroom and Mr. Doberman is doing fine even the students think so !”