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    So far I have been working every day since the year began in August. We return to class on Tuesday. The holiday season is once again here and summer passed by very quickly. Labor Day...Halloween...Veterans Day..Thanksgiving and the end of the year holidays. One can tell that the fall season is here just by looking at the lighted posts at the local ...See More
    Yay! I had to turn down a couple of jobs when my car was in the shop. Middle school resource room. I was in that room last year and I really enjoyed it. Hoping to see some old coworkers and let them know I'm back in the saddle. One good thing about subbing in my old district. Mimi needs some grandma time with her East Coast granddaughter and needs ...See More
    Is everyone working again? Jobs are not plentiful but i have worked two days. BTW, why is this board now divided into boxes? The main teacher board still looks the same as i always has.
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    Bob R/CA I can see the threading is a bit confusing, a future version will have two-level threaded replies.
    Aug 25, 2016
    BJ Still at my seasonal job. I have seen a few here and there; one long-term, physics, which no one apparently wants.
    Aug 28, 2016
    We have about five weeks left before the next school year starts back up. This summer vacation sure went by pretty quickly. With all of the current events going on. I sure hope that we can pull it together and that things can run smoothly. Cheers to the new year :)
    SeniorCaregiver My son will be a freshman this year. He only has two weeks left. I know what you mean about the summer going by fast. Best of luck to all of the subs out there. You guys are awesome! Jennifer
    Jul 14, 2016
    Good afternoon.

    Now with this new Pok e m on Go craze going on, can you now imagine what is going to happen in the fall when students return, especially in middle and high schools? More and more distractions, much more use of the smartphone, etc.

    Yesterday, when I was ordering food at a restaurant, nearly everyone, from old peopl...See More
    pixie I have been hearing about that game in the news, awaiting the reports of various collisions. Just what we need in school! More distractions!

    On 7/12/16, Ze Povinho wrote: > Good afternoon. > > Now with this new Pok e m on Go craze going on, can you now > imagine what is going to happen in the fall when students > return, esp...See More
    Jul 12, 2016
    hst On 7/12/16, Ze Povinho wrote: > Good afternoon. > > Now with this new Pok e m on Go craze going on, can you now > imagine what is going to happen in the fall when students > return, especially in middle and high schools? More and more > distractions, much more use of the smartphone, etc. > > Yesterday, when I was ordering fo...See More
    Jul 13, 2016
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    Can anyone tell me how the AESOP (spelling ?) substitute caller system works? I just heard that one of the districts I sub in is going to use it next year. Also, do you like it better than a human caller? Thanks!
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    Nick On 6/10/16, Ann wrote: > Can anyone tell me how the AESOP (spelling ?) substitute > caller system works? I just heard that one of the > districts I sub in is going to use it next year. Also, do > you like it better than a human caller? Thanks!

    Hi there. I have read over all the post that everyone has made regarding this topic. ...See More
    Jun 26, 2016
    Ann - Thank you, Nick! On 6/26/16, Nick wrote: > On 6/10/16, Ann wrote: >> Can anyone tell me how the AESOP (spelling ?) substitute >> caller system works? I just heard that one of the >> districts I sub in is going to use it next year. Also, do >> you like it better than a human caller? Thanks! > > > > Hi there. I have read over al...See More
    Jun 27, 2016
    Last week was the last week of school. All the sub. jobs were cancelled by the district. They told us at the very last minute because they say they have exhausted all monies for subs. My district is having a budget crunch. The district had said they will be cutting some Clue and substitute teachers and pay next school year. Like the pay wasn't low...See More
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    Deanne On 5/31/16, mrsd wrote: > I know that to save money, they sometimes do in-house subbing > using teachers on planning periods. That's when they only > have a couple of periods to cover and don't want to pay 1/2 > day subs. As far as cutting sub pay, YEP! My last year of > subbing before teaching full time was in 1995-96. Subs were >...See More
    Jun 6, 2016
    Nickster143 On 5/30/16, deb wrote: > Last week was the last week of school. All the sub. jobs > were cancelled by the district. They told us at the very > last minute because they say they have exhausted all monies for s for subs. My district is having a budget crunch. The district had s had said they will be cutting some Clue and substitute teach tea...See More
    Jun 26, 2016
    This school year went by so fast! But I made it through another year (makes two in a row!) without receiving any of the dreaded complaints. We know there is nothing we can do to totally prevent them, but I have continued to sub in the same few schools, and avoid special ed as much as possible, for reasons that have been previously discussed on this...See More
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    Nickster143 On 6/17/16, pixie wrote: > This school year went by so fast! But I made it through > another year (makes two in a row!) without receiving any > of the dreaded complaints. We know there is nothing we > can do to totally prevent them, but I have continued to > sub in the same few schools, and avoid special ed as much > as possible, ...See More
    Jun 26, 2016
    Nickster143 On 6/26/16, Nickster143 wrote: > On 6/17/16, pixie wrote: >> This school year went by so fast! But I made it through >> another year (makes two in a row!) without receiving any >> of the dreaded complaints. We know there is nothing we >> can do to totally prevent them, but I have continued to >> sub in the same few ...See More
    Jun 26, 2016
    Okay, it has happened to nearly every sub. What has been your experience at being left out of school activities.

    This topic came to me when during teacher appreciation week, all the regular teachers had lovely little gifts and surprises in their mail boxes daily and subs got zip.

    It is also a problem when it comes to ordering out ...See More
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    Jeannie Deanne, I am retired now but when I was teaching full-time you are just the kind of sub who would have more requests than you could handle. I am sure something will turn up for you. Has the principal been in to observe your teaching? If not, you might want to ask him/her to do that. Subs provide a great pool of wonderful applicants for a district t...See More
    Jun 6, 2016
    Nickster143 On 5/20/16, mrwiseman wrote: > Okay, it has happened to nearly every sub. What has been > your experience at being left out of school activities. > > This topic came to me when during teacher appreciation > week, all the regular teachers had lovely little gifts > and surprises in their mail boxes daily and subs got zip. > > ...See More
    Jun 26, 2016

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