Do I believe that Collin's teacher wrote this note to his parents? No. Unfortunately, I do not. Do I think it's implausible that Collin wrote this note to his parents on behalf of his teacher? Well now we starting to enter back into the realm of possibility. Look, I agree that it doesn't seem very logical that a teacher would give her student a free pass to play a week's worth of XBox uninterrupted. However, if there was going to be one teacher that did it would be Mrs. Teague. I can't say I have taken her class, but I can say that the children who have haven't learned shit. Just look at this letter for Christ's sake. Written in obnoxiously big words. Littered with misspellings. Capped with a grammatically incorrect signature. If Collin hasn't even been properly taught how to spell the name of the place he goes 5 days a week then what the hell is he even learning while he's there? Maybe he's better off sitting at home working on his hand- eye coordination by mashing a bunch of buttons if the alternative is having Mrs. Teague enable his use of exclamation points that take up 4 lines and a pen's worth of ink. God, when did parents start losing faith in their children. Do we think that kids these days don't know what's best for their own education? If Collin thinks 'Call Of Duty' is more imperative to fostering his life skills then I think we should take his word for it, because Mrs. Teague's (probably drunken) lesson plans clearly aren't doing the damn trick.