Back to Subbing

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  1. Ima Teacher

    Ima Teacher Virtuoso

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    Oct 30, 2022

    I started my career in education back in 1993 as a sub for high school and middle school, and after almost 30 years with the district, I’m back at it again.

    Back then I subbed every day and went wherever they needed me to go. Now I only work a few days a month and for only people & places I know. I’ll have to say it’s much better when I can show up, teach, and walk out with no responsibilities to follow me home. The kids are well-behaved overall, and when they aren’t my stink eye still works. I get to see my teacher friends, and I still like interacting with the kids.

    I’ve told people that I’m just subbing to pad my concert and travel fund.
     
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  3. Ms. I

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    Nov 17, 2022

    Have fun! I graduated from HS in 1993. Yes, there's that non-responsibility aspect about subbing that's just great. I used to do it for a good 11 or 13 yrs...been so long ago, I forgot for sure because I taught special ed briefly and went back to it.
     

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