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"Oh, Mom, the two worst kids in my class sit on each side of me! Please come to school and see if you can get Mr. Hammond to move me."
Kathy was very despondent. Usually she loved school and looked forward to each day. But the two boys talked, copied her papers, pulled her hair, distracted her so that she could hardly get her work done.
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