Discussion in 'Debate & Marathon Threads Archive' started by Ms. I, Oct 9, 2012.
Oct 9, 2012
Currently 43, consisting of grades K - 8. (I don't work with them at once.)
I have about 150. I love it! Last year I had 240-250, and it was too many for me.
I have around 1,050 in Pre-K through 5th grade. I see each class on a rotating schedule, not even once a week, because my school is so big.
I have 16, which is the cap at my school.
I have 22 right now. I might get more though, I can get up to 30. It is one less than I had last year.
I've got 24.
24. I had 25...one moved, though.
23. Everyone is saying to expect a few more though b/c apparently the local charter keeps kids until october count (so they can get funding for them) and then kicks out any with behavior/academic issues. Apparently they got around 60 kids (total, not just my grade level) after the count last year.
About 150 here as well.
Oct 10, 2012
21 this year
My 5 classes each have about 38 kids, so I'm looking at ballpark 190.
If I throw in my study hall, the number goes WAY up to about 450-- but that's cheating. While they are my responsibility, I share the study hall with 3 other teachers. And, aside from taking attendance, I don't really have to do much. They come into the cafeteria, sit down, and study.
I have a split assignment this year--half classroom and half Special Ed. There are 28 students in my classroom and I have 27 on my Special Ed caseload (7 of those students fall into both groups).
16 in my class, about 45 others I see once a week for music.
16 in the morning, 15 in afternoon.
too many! Haha! No, 17 in homeroom, 18 in reading, 17 in math, and 18 in science and writing.
26 in a self-contained classroom....with possibly getting 2 within the next week. ACK!
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