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When Gus's father finds out that Cornchip Girl's father is his archenemy from high school who works for the Navy, Gus and Cornchip Girl are not allowed to see each other anymore, but they decide to share a secret friendship that their fathers will not know about. The second part follows the gang being introduced to the fifth and sixth graders' club.
Gretchen and Galileo conduct a test to find out how tall everyone will be when they are older—Vince will be 6'2, T. discovers ex-principal Phillium Benedict's (James Woods) plans to get rid of summer vacation, he assembles his friends in an effort to defeat Benedict, find Principal Prickly, and save their summer vacations. The third and final part deals with Spinelli, who thinks she is getting too old for trick-or-treating on Halloween with the gang.
She added: "How am I meeting my students' needs with this behavior happening?
How am I supposed to have a safe, nurturing learning environment when this behavior happens?
Season five premiered on September 9, 2000 while season six premiered on October 31, 2001 concluding the series with the last episode airing in November 2001. This is the only episode where Gus Griswold does not appear as he does not appear until the next episode.A military brat named Gustav Griswold (referred to as "Gus") arrives at school to no fanfare during a plan done by the gang.After giving him a brief tour around the school, King Bob declares Gus as the "new kid", being the newest student on the playground, which means nobody is supposed to talk to him and refer to him only as the "new kid"Butch (a mysterious kid who tells horror stories and urban legends about kid life) scares the playground with a story of seeing his older brother kiss his girlfriend and warning the kids that there will come a day where boys kiss girls and girls kiss boys and they will like it. When King Bob comes down with a bad case of tonsilitis, he appoints Gus as the temporary King Of The Playground while he recovers from surgery.Dozens of public school teachers in Harrisburg, Pa., resigned in recent months after complaints that students have become too violent.The Harrisburg Education Association says at least 45 teachers quit their jobs between July and October because of what they described as a rising level of violence and more resignations are expected. I've had a student physically restraining me in front of my other students," first-grade teacher Amanda Sheaffer told HEA board members Monday, according to Penn Live.