I am going to be getting six or seven more chicks in the spring. I am in seventh grade, and my biology teacher wants me to bring them into school for a whole day (six hours). When there are no classes going, there is a free room that I could put them in to get a little rest. I AM SOOOOOO EXCITED! This means I get to show off my fuzzbutts to everyone in school!!! How awesome is that??? The problem is, I am worried about my future babies. I have some questions and I NEED reassurance. 1. Is this a wacko idea? Should I not bring them in? Will it hurt them? I know that some people hatch chicks in classrooms, and they don't have any problems. 2. Will my babies catch any diseases from human exposure? Or am I just being waaaay to overprotective? 3. If there is a risk, is there anything I can give them to boost their immune systems? I have heard yogurt is good, but won't that give them pasty butts? 4. Most of the kids in my grade are 12 or 13. Do I need to give them a talk on being nice to my chickies, or are they smarter than that? I know chicks are heartier than we give them credit for, but still... I will be awaiting any answers. Even if you have just a quick idea or suggestion, anything is WELCOME!!!