Mica's coach gave me his evaluation. I didn't look at it too closely. Instead I took Isaak to go sign up for yet another session. They enjoy it. Why not?
I came back and started looking at Mica's evaluation and realized it kept saying, "She" and "Her". I know Mica can be used as a girl's name, but I didn't have a clue if the evaluation was about my kid, or someone else.
I asked Mica to come on over to me. I told him to go tell his coach that he is in fact a boy. With him there's no mistaking that.
After his lesson I showed her the evaluation. I said, "I'm not mad. I'm just making sure that you were in fact talking about my kid here." She was so embarrassed. She knew he is a boy. I said, "It's ok. I'm a teacher. Sometimes we just write fast, and think fast." That was the case.
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