First, find out if you can be updated on any challenging
students, or students who seem to be having difficulty, at some
sort of team meeting.
Next I would get together with all of the classrooms involved
and share your behaviour plans as well as your plans for in the
classroom routines. Clearly some things are going to be
different, but if you make an effort together then many of the
daily transition or routine tasks being the same will make it
easier for the children to go between different classrooms.
Finally I might also ask if I could pop into the other
classrooms as a weekly visitor for 15-20 minutes to read a
story, or do some sort of special activity so that all of the
students get a chance to know who you are, and have the other
teachers come visit your room while you are visiting their
Good Luck!I have been in a situation where I have no one to
take my kids and no option to get a sub. I would sooner have
what you will have than that. It isn't the best but at least it
isn't the worst thing that could happen.