Well, a few days ago I had a teacher call me, and he left me a message. In the message.he said that he was in the need of someone to come and teach his class in the morning on a regular basis. I thought it was a bit fishy when he said that, and I suspected that he was trying to dump his "bad" classes on me. Worse, it was in a different subject than my credential. I decided to call him and get more details. He told me that he needed someone on a regular basis for 1-2 periods in the morning. I then asked him how that would work with regards to pay, as it seemed odd for me to come in only for a few periods a week, especially since subs dont get paid on a hourly wage (we actually get paid a full day even if we sub for half). He then realized he had made a mistake. He thought I was a volunteer from some organization, who had visited the school a day earlier. He found my business card in his mailbox, and thought I wanted to come in and teach. Is it me, or does this sound kind of shady? He is trying to get a volunteer to come in and cover 1-2 classes for him on a regular basis. I talked this over with my GF, and she told me I should report this to the principal. One thing is to get a volunteer into your class and help you from time to time. Another thing is to get someone to take over your classes on a regular basis, for no fair compensation.