The Lost Files of HMS...
This year's design team is working hard to put together an exciting yearbook, and we are looking to you for a little inspiration. If you are the kind of teacher who is afraid of what kids will think of you for acting a little silly, you may want to abstain from completing this quick form. If you are someone who gets in front of a group of children and makes their lives a little more interesting, well, we may have just the place for you.
What we "know" at the beginning of the book: Someone has attempted to wipe the 2016-17 files from existence. We want to find out who could have done it, and why...
Name as you wish it to appear in the yearbook for traditional purposes. (Mrs/Ms/Miss, Mr. etc...)
Are you willing to be a part (even just a little bit) of the mystery surrounding the files? If you wish for your name to remain unconnected to the mystery, select "no," and we will honor your request.
Yes, I'll play along
No, please don't connect my name to the "story."
Heck yes, I want to STAR in the show!
If you have an alter ego that would like to play a role in our story, please let us know what to call said ego.
Do you/would you have an accomplice? If so, who?
What could your motive be for destroying the files? (Example: Oaks wanted to erase the memory of having pie thrown in her face, Kick may have wanted Hayes to forget about the missing trophy, planning to reclaim it at the end of the year, like it had never been lost, a certain team member wanted to wipe the files so that they could have a repeat of their fabulous discover, pretending that they never left the 7th grade...) So, What's YOUR motive?
Are you willing to let us use your "motive" in our fun mystery yearbook?
Would you be willing to be our "villain" should the clues lead to you?
yes, with some stipulations.
What are some mysterious things that you have "witnessed" other teachers or students doing? Real is best, but pretend can work too. "I witnessed that on November 12, there were 14 teachers doing bus duty at the same time... how suspicious that XXXXX wasn't there too?"
If students approach you to do "suspicious" things, for photographs think nothing of it. Or, better yet, think of things that we haven't thought of yet! Some ideas:
Rip up papers and hide evidence
Stand in a way that makes it look like you are purposely hiding something behind you
Peer around the corner of the door
Carry a weird array of opjects, looking behind you to see that you don't get caught.
Go Crazy with these, and make sure we get a good photog to you to capture your sneaky moments.
Wear a "disguise" during your hall duty
Act like you are telling an intense secret to someone.
make a line of students stand with their backs to you as you throw something away...
What would you not be willing to do for this awesome book?
AS ALWAYS, if you come up with a great idea or something that should be documented, let us know ASAP and we'll try to get someone to photo the event. Also, thank you for your patience with our team on their "camera days" with only 3 cameras and a gigantic staff, the kids get really excited when their time finally comes.
Thank you! From your Yearbook staff!
So, what haven't we thought of yet? Let us know if you have any ideas!
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