#SatSpanks: Cost of education

This week’s snippet is a bit…ahem…vanilla, but it’s still setting the scene for private Catholic schoolteachers Freiya and Sabrina. Trust me, this is all important to know for later on. 🙂 I’ll continue showing you 6-8 sentences each weekend for Saturday Spankings and Snippet Sunday

Freiya’s Stand 1


“Test scores have fallen.” Principal Jensen unveiled the latest round of achievement scores with a grimace. “Parents make many sacrifices to send their children to private school, and these kinds of results will scare them back to public school. Why pay for inferior education?”

“Not everyone pays.” Dale, the most outspoken of the teachers, waved away the criticism. “We have twice the number of scholarship students now, and kids don’t have the kind of support they need to succeed.”

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23 thoughts on “#SatSpanks: Cost of education

  1. Roz Harrison says:

    Hi Ana, Hmm, I wonder how the school is going to increase its test scores. Am loving the free stories and looking forward to reading more 🙂



  2. Lynn says:

    Principle! Such a boring, bland word. Head Mistress or Master is so much more authoritarian don’t you think?
    Especially if striding round in robes swishing a cane.


  3. Renee says:

    Test scores… the bane of the principal’s life. Waiting (im)patiently for Freiya’s release… soon? And poor Mira had to wait two full days for her next installment. Fun? yes but naughty too. You have brought us lots of smiles and connections this week. Thanks and blessings. R


    • Anastasia Vitsky says:

      You know what happens to impatient, naughty misses, right? 😉 Hehe. Don’t worry. Tomorrow morning will come soon enough, and I know you’ll like this one. Though at least one person will yell at where it ends. Ah, life is good. Hugs.


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