Lady Teacher Disheartened After Students Leave Group Chat Without Saying a Word

Lady Teacher Expresses Dismay After Students Leave Group Chat Without Notice: “bihira na lamang sa mga mag-aaral ang may manners”

A lady teacher has expressed her dismay after her students suddenly left their group chat without saying a word.

As the school year comes to an end, it’s natural for students to move on to new stages in their educational journey. However, this transition can be bittersweet for teachers, especially class advisers who have grown attached to their students over the academic year.

They must accept that their students will move on, some advancing to higher grades, others uncertain about their future in education, possibly leaving school to help their families.


Recently, Maria Maria, a Facebook user, shared screenshots of her students leaving their group chat without notice. The post quickly circulated online and elicited comments from the internet users.

The educator explained that it deeply hurts to see her students exit the group chat without asking for permission or even saying a simple “thank you.” For her, this lack of acknowledgment feels like a lack of respect.

Maria explained that asking permission to leave the group chat is a sign of respect and a simple ‘thank you’ could really mean a lot to a teacher.

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Here is the full post:

“My students leaving in the GC with no words

As a teacher, it really pains to see your students leaving the GC with no more

“permissions to leave” or even just a simple “thank you.”

Her post serves as a reminder that, even in the digital age, basic manners and respect are important.

Here are some etiquettes to consider when leaving a group chat:

  • Ask for Permission
  • Say Thank You
  • Provide a Reason
  • Leave Gracefully
  • Acknowledge the Group’s Purpose

In a previous post, a teacher caught on camera abusing & cursing at student

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