What I learned chaperoning a middle school field trip

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Anatomically correct Greek or Roman statues and middle school students don’t mix well, unless you want to see a thousand shades of blushing faces. hiding gif

Middle school students are not nearly as good at hiding the texting as they think they are.

Sixth-graders haven’t outgrown their parents yet. In fact, when your daughter correctly answers a question from the docent, she might just look over at you to make sure you saw it.

But whatever you do, do not try to kiss your sixth-grade daughter on the forehead in front of other kids.

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