CIPHER IN THE SNOW JEAN MIZER PDF

Mizer It started with tragedy on a biting cold February morning. I was driving behind the Milford Corners bus as I did most snowy mornings on my way to school. It veered and stopped short at the hotel, which it had no business doing, and I was annoyed as I had to come to an unexpected stop. A boy lurched out of the bus, reeled, stumbled, and collapsed on the snowbank at the curb. The bus driver and I reached him at the same moment. His thin, hollow face was white, even against the snow.

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I described the impact Cipher has had on me in What Drives You? Then I decided to post the story here. In search of the author to get permission but the story is 47 years old. Hopefully Jean is still alive so I can offer a heartfelt thank you for making a difference in me. I was driving behind the Milford Corners bus as I did most snowy mornings on my way to school. It veered and stopped short at the hotel, which it had no business doing, and I was annoyed as I had come to an unexpected stop.

A boy lurched out of the bus, reeled, stumbled, and collapsed on the snow bank at the curb. The bus driver and I reached him at the same moment. His thin, hollow face was white even against the snow.

I glanced quickly at the scared young faces staring down at us from the school bus. I have to get off at the hotel. Polite and apologizing like. I passed a huddle of girls. Who dropped dead on the way to school? His favorite teacher! I thought. He came in the room by himself and left by himself. I never saw him smile once. I blurted out my news somehow. Evans reached blindly toward a chair. Evans pushed a pan to the back of the stove and began to untie her apron.

I was to close the file and write the obituary for the school paper. The almost bare sheets mocked the effort. Cliff Evans, white, never legally adopted by stepfather, five young half-brothers and sisters. These meager strands of information and the list of D grades were all the records had to offer. Cliff Evans had silently come in the school door in the mornings and gone out the school door in the evenings, and that was all.

He had never belonged to a club. He had never played on a team. He had never held an office. As far as I could tell, he had never done one happy, noisy kid thing. He had never been anybody at all. How do you go about making a boy into a zero? The grade-school records showed me. Slow learner.

They became correct. But his IQ in the third grade had been Even shy, timid, sweet children have resilience. It takes time to break them. I stomped to the typewriter and wrote a savage report pointing out what education had done to Cliff Evans. A little boy kept walking after me, a little boy with a peaked, pale face; a skinny body in faded jeans; and big eyes that had looked and searched for a long time and then had become veiled.

Cliff undoubtedly believed them. Suddenly it seemed clear to me: When finally there was nothing left at all for Cliff Evans, he collapsed on a snow bank and went away. So the student body officers and a committee from the junior class went as a group to the church, being politely sad. I attended the services with them, and sat through it with a lump of cold lead in my chest and a big resolve growing through me. He has been my challenge year after year, class after class.

I look up and down the rows carefully each September at the unfamiliar faces. I look for veiled eyes or bodies scrounged into a seat in an alien world.

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CIPHER IN THE SNOW JEAN MIZER PDF

Even though it was fiction, Cliff Evans has haunted me since. Is this fiction all too often too close to reality? An administrator once told me the toughest thing to accept for any educator is that you cannot win every battle. But the story of Cliff Evans drove me every day, not those cautions. What did they know?

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I described the impact Cipher has had on me in What Drives You? Then I decided to post the story here. In search of the author to get permission but the story is 47 years old. Hopefully Jean is still alive so I can offer a heartfelt thank you for making a difference in me. I was driving behind the Milford Corners bus as I did most snowy mornings on my way to school. It veered and stopped short at the hotel, which it had no business doing, and I was annoyed as I had come to an unexpected stop. A boy lurched out of the bus, reeled, stumbled, and collapsed on the snow bank at the curb.

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