This is actually my first time posting here... I recently got my BA and teaching credentials - single subject Art (preliminary) in 2016 and 2018 respectively. Shortly after receiving my credentials I got a long-term sub job to teach art. I was very hesitant at first, but I ended up loving my students and cried when I found out I would not be staying as their full-time teacher due to budget cuts/low enrollment. Then over the summer, I searched for teaching jobs. I accepted a job at a very new charter school. On the surface it seemed like the perfect job for me, the administration seemed very supported, the class sizes would be small, and it was part-time. I wanted part-time because I was afraid of getting burned out. Student teaching was extremely difficult for me and I nearly quit if it wasn't because of my supportive master teacher and supervisor. But this school I'm at isn't what I was promised (or believed to be promised). The school was very clever in never telling me I would be in two different classrooms and that other teachers would use these classrooms too. As an art teacher this is a problem because of the amount of materials we use. My classes are not small and when asked how I can be supported, I said I need another adult with me. To this day there has not been another adult helping me in my largest class. I am their first art teacher and they're clearly werent prepared what an art teacher needs. And since this is my first year teaching, I wasn't sure exactly what I needed. I don't have a mentor (they currently don't offer the Induction/BITSA program) despite I saying that I needed one. I could go on and on about everything I don't like with the school, but I feel as if this post is already getting too long. Bottom line, I know kids will be kids, but my biggest problem is I'm not getting the support I need to become a better teacher and this is no privacy. Every teacher has their desk in what was essentially the teacher's lounge. It is right behind the front office and students have incredibly easy access to it. There are students in the "teachers lounge" 24/7. As an introvert, this really affects my mood and health. After a difficult day, I can't just sit down at my desk and decompress in peace. I've already missed several days of works since school has started, my health is failing, and I'm scared of ending up in the hospital. Yesterday I had reached my breaking point. I had to stop teaching because kids weren't listening to me and this is not the first time it has happened. When class ended I went to my "desk" and cried, other teachers saw me, including other students. A staff member can to speak to me, said she would try to get someone to be in my classroom (particularly my largest one). But I felt like her words are a little too late. I decided to look for other teaching jobs. I know the pickings are slim. But I cannot teach like this when I have anxiety and depression and no support from the administration. I didn't realize how important it would be for me to have my own classroom, with my own desk, and a mentor. Now that I'm looking for new jobs, do I mention my current one in my cover letter? I've never done something like this before. How do I go about this situation? Please don't tell me to stick it out for the year. As I mentioned before, it's not just the kids, it the physical space (don't have my own classroom, deal with a lot of art materials/no space to store it or art projects, have no desk in classroom, no privacy) and not having a mentor/support.