Due to a recent grant approval, the district is opening up a few preschool classrooms and getting the older kids off the waiting list to get them some school experience before they go to Kinder this fall! So the first day of school for these kids is later this month, and I was just hired to "open" one of these classrooms. The P said even if we just work on basic skills like how to sit and listen, or line up, or go to the bathroom, etc., it'd be better than nothing. I don't know if I even have a question here actually. Just a little nervous, I guess, because it's a new job! I did quit my previous job mid-school year and it was total fate that I found this one AFTER I quit and they happen to be starting soon (when I applied, I thought it'd be for the next school year! Found out otherwise during the interview) Has anyone else started school in the Spring with a brand new classroom and group of kids? It's their first day of school as well. I'm just glad I won't be the only one and there will be others in my boat. I think the P said most of these classrooms will be filled by long-term subs, which makes sense since it's towards the end of the year!