yes, i'm bored.
this EXACT same post...word for word...was posted on my state's board
not long ago and I just saw it posted on another state's board a few
On 2/02/10, ~Bradley wrote:
> On 10/18/09, don wrote:
>> On 10/02/09, Carl wrote:
>>> On 10/01/09, Teacher wrote:
>>>> I have a situation where I would like other people's
>>>> opinion. Two weeks ago, my schools enrollment went up and
>>>> my principal asked if I would like to teach on my
>>>> conference period (which is an extra $10,000). Everything
>>>> was going great until another teacher found out that
>>>> because of the master schedule, they would have to change
>>>> their conference period from 7th to 2nd. This teacher
>>>> raised such a fuss (started rumors, resigned off
>>>> committees, etc), that the pricipal change her mind and
>>>> told me that I now can not teach the extra period. So
>>>> basicly, I lost out on $10,000 because the other teacher
>>>> refused to switch their conference period. Should I be
>>>> upset at that teacher when he knew if the switch wasn't
>>>> made, I would lose out on $10,000. We are talking about
>>>> quite a bit of money, not $200 or a minimal amount. Just
>>>> wondering what others would think and do if this happened
>>>> to them.
> My thought is that your principal needs to grow a spine.
> There are whiners on every staff. It's how the principal responds to
> them that matters. He or she should not have let that malcontent
> overrule a decision that s/he had already made and that would have
> such a detrimental effect when changed.
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