Payment for writing long term sub plans

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  1. Lady_Marie

    Lady_Marie New Member

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    Jul 29, 2017

    You all have given me a lot to think about and a lot of questions that I need to work out answers to. I don't really have answers right now to most of them. :( I have the gist of most of the year figured out, but it would be quite a bit of work still. I believe this would be a throughout the school year until they find a full-time teacher. I would want it to be a monthly contract where either of us could end it with a one month's notice.
    There is a chance that they will find another solution, and depending on what happens we might not come up with a negotiation that both sides can accept. I'll update this when eventually the principal gets a plan figured out and I either accept or don't.
    If you have any more advice or ideas I would love to hear them, it is very helpful (if nothing else to remind myself that while I want to help the kids, that might not be their end goal).
     
  2. AlwaysAttend

    AlwaysAttend Enthusiast

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    Keep in mind, there are laws about how public money can be spent. This all has to be board approved. Curriculum funds for example come out of a specific account and it is all accounted for in the budget. I have a feeling they will find it easier just to hire someone at the last minute.
     
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    Luckily, they found a new teacher who can take the job. About a week before school starts, but still a much better solution than a long term sub. So I no longer have to make a choice one way or another, and my former students will have a much more stable solution. It's a huge weight off my shoulders (especially since I probably would have tried to do it all for the kids).

    Thanks for all the advice.
     
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    Things tend to work out when not dealing with a completely inept district.
     

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