That’s what Levi doesn’t have right now, the shame of his body. He doesn’t have the desire to cover himself up. He just doesn’t care, and not in apathetic sense. He doesn’t know he should care.
Volunteering has been an important tenet my entire life. Since before high school, in part due to my religion and the people with whom I associated (by choice or otherwise), being a part of something bigger than myself was key.
The latter question has multiple answers, and I doubt there’s a right one. The latter question begs on, first, why the former question happened. Did the teacher quit? Did she find a new job? Was there a family emergency? Was she let go? I want my child to feel supported during the day. It’s well documented that children require routines. Changing their teachers changes the routine and unproductive drama could ensue. How do they navigate that water?