I am finishing up my credentials and studying for my exams. In the meantime, I thought it would be helpful to do some substitute teaching this fall. Well, I have a TON of butterflies due to not being in a classroom since my practicum and of course COVID-19. So I thought, I would wait things out for a month to get a better idea of how COVID-19, may actually play into all of this. Meanwhile, I have looked into the available districts and most of the schools are in districts that are not very safe, so I'm also concerned about that. In addition, when I applied for substitute teaching jobs most of these available "positions" were provided through agencies. Is it okay to work with more than one substitute teaching agency or is it better to inform one of the agencies that you found work elsewhere? Maybe there is an obvious answer to my question, idk! Maybe my gitters are getting in my way, lol. Any feedback and or tips would be very much appreciated. I have googled tips for classroom mangement especially as it relates to being a sub, but I welcome any advice from anyone who has been there before. Thanks so much. If everything goes well I should be substitute teaching in October. Thanks you!