Hey, everyone! So, this has been a long time coming. I am resigning from my job. Please don't hate me. I know you've helped me so much, and I have listened to all your advice and read it several times. Because of my medication withdrawal, I don't sleep, so I've been going to bed every night at 5:30 AM, just reading, reading, reading all the advice you've given me. I've thought about this all week long, especially after I went back to prepare my "classroom." I found out some things that made me realize I cannot stay here: 1. I don't have a classroom, or a desk for that matter. The classroom I was assigned is no longer mine. I am now a traveling teacher (which I'm totally fine with), but I don't have a desk, a phone, or a place to work during prep. I have a cart, but I don't have a steady place to work during prep. I will be teaching in three separate classrooms, but I am not allowed to store any of my belongings in there as these classrooms "belong solely to the district." When I asked her about where I can work during my prep period, my VP told me to sit in the cafeteria. To be honest, this wasn't the end of the world for me. The following thing was. 2. I will, in fact, be working with that awful co-teacher again. I have NO IDEA why they paired us up again. I logged into the school attendance system on Friday night to view my class list, and she will be in my classroom again for one block. I emailed the VP as professionally and kindly as I could, asking her if I could be switched, that I need a constructive and supportive environment to work in as I am enduring a transition in my life with my health, but after days of giving me the silent treatment, she sent me, "Sorry! Nothing I can do about it!" I asked the principal for advice, and though he humbly apologized and sympathized with my situation, he told me there was nothing that could be done. I do have a few job interviews lined up this coming week, and I am NOT breaking my contract. To be honest, there are three other ELA teachers leaving this school. Their last day will be November 7th, as will mine. But I needed some help. I've never written a resignation letter before. Do you have any tips on what to include or exclude? Thank you so much, everybody. For the first time in the last six months, I'm at peace. I'm not vomiting anymore, I'm not breaking down and crying, and I'm not feeling like I'm being dragged to my grave. I know this is the right thing to do, and I will never stop searching for the school that suits me because I am a fabulous teacher who deserves it.