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Discussion in 'Substitute Teachers' started by JRafko, Jun 7, 2013.

  1. JRafko

    JRafko Rookie

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    Jun 7, 2013

    We MADE it subs! We did it! Yes! survived being a stranger in peoples rooms all year! Yes!

    Great job subs! Those who are certified, I hope you land a job soon!
     
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  3. Milsey

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    About how many days did you work?
     
  4. microbe

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    Why?
     
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    Congrats! And thanks to all subs for taking over our classrooms when we couldn't be there!
     
  6. hbcaligirl1985

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    On what planet is that even remotely your business?
     
  7. jen12

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    I don't think that asking how many days someone worked is an impertinent question. People here are open about salary. Why is asking the number of working days offensive?

    Personally - I don't keep a running total. I had an LTS for part of the year and quite a few multi-day jobs this year. We're not done until next week.
     
  8. John Lee

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    Yeah, that seemed like a harsh response, even though I know Milsey is on this board's "Bad" list. To ask a sub how many work days they were able to log seems totally within bounds, unless I'm missing something obvious.
     
  9. hbcaligirl1985

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    If you use subfinder, it should tell you. If you're curious for your own self. Not sure about Aseop.
     
  10. jen12

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    Yeah, I know it's there. I keep track on a pay-period basis because I work in four districts. I just don't add up all the months. I'm not really one for data collection for the sake of data collection.
     
  11. jen12

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    Ah. Drama. Say no more. I get enough of that from the children each day.
     
  12. MissPapa

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    Hey guys. Yes, we made it through a year. I have to say, the special education classes I subbed for were the most enjoyable. Also, I just graduated in late May with my masters in childhood special ed! Hopefully I'll be full-time in September, I just got called for an interview! Good luck to those who are certified or just graduated! Hopefully we don't have to hear another student ask "Can we play 7-up?!" :p
     
  13. JRafko

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    I worked about every day. There would be weeks where I only worked four days a week.
     

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