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    Re: Question about working at a daycare
    Mrs.B

    I'm working at my daughter's daycare and it's going pretty
    well. I'm teaching Kindergarten. I worked out a very flexible
    schedule with the director and get a discount. It's wonderful
    to know my daughter is downstairs. However, I really miss the
    school setting. Since it's a daycare I don't have alot of
    parental involvement and there's not alot of opportunity for
    professional development. I don't see myself there long term
    and hope to return to a "real school" in the future.

    On 6/03/09, I would wrote:
    > stay in a public school. You have benefits there, paid
    > vacation AND you get paid more. BUT if you must, try to get a
    > K job like someone else said.
    >
    >
    > On 3/29/09, ETC wrote:
    >> I am having a baby in September and I am really interested
    >> in teaching preschool or working at a daycare. I've
    >> taught kindergarten for 4 yrs and 1st grade for 1. I have
    >> absolutely no idea how much teaching preschool pays. I
    >> need to know because I'm not sure if this is a logical
    >> choice for me and my kid. Obviously, I would want my baby
    >> to go to the daycare where I work, one of the benefits of
    >> working at a daycare. I live in Raleigh, NC, but
    >> information on anywhere would be helpful.
    >> 1. How much do preschool teachers typically get paid?
    >> 2. What kind of discounts to most daycares offer to
    >> employees.
    >> Please help, I don't know how else to get this
    >> information. Unlike public school teachers, salaries are
    >> not public.