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Discussion in 'General Education' started by Hokiegrad1993, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. Hokiegrad1993

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    Does anyone take it personally when you are removed from a job as a sub. I KNOW it is nothing personal everywhere I have subbed I was asked to come back and or praised for how I worked. It is just the stiff automated messages when they say I was removed that takes me back lol.
     
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    I felt the same way! Haha
     
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    Like one of the school's I have never even been at and the other the teacher released two days I could only do one so my best guess is she contacted the second sub to see if she could do both days to get consistency.
     
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    Where I am a sub is removed ONLY because of things that have nothing to do with the sub (PD cancelled, appointment changed, etc) - so I wouldn't worry at all!
     
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    Yea I had a gut feeling it was that after all teachers would prefer to be there for their class instead of a sub. I would also believe if it were anything negative against me I would of heard why or heard from the teacher/school on any issues
     
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    When I was subbing, it didn't happen much, but did once or twice. In addition, I sometimes noticed that some teachers didn't end up calling me up when needing a sub day the next time.

    However, unless you actually know why it happened, don't make assumptions. I never worried much, because I know I was constantly booked, and just within a few main schools (ha - I never made it to every school in the district), which meant that I knew that I was doing just fine.
     
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    For me I started subbing late in the school year where I believe that they already had their preferred list and only used AESOP when they could not get their list. I have been asked back whether from the same teacher or another teacher in the grade level. I would hope my assumptions are correct but I do not believe there is anything I should worry about.
     
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    Doesn't sound like it. As was said in a rather "cool" movie,
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