Resignation letter

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  1. scienceteach82

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    Hey everyone :)

    Well...today is the deadline for me turning in my letter of intent to my current scool on whether we have plans to return or not. I actually sent one when they first announced it (2 months ago) saying I wanted to come back...just in case I couldn't get another job.

    So, I have another job now. Do I have to send a formal letter...or just email it? The email from him is as follows:

    Dear Faculty:



    As mentioned in our staff meeting earlier, I expect to hear from you regarding your plans for next year. A simple email or a reply to this one will do the job. The deadline is April 4th, the day we will leave for spring break. By end of April I will let you know my decision and will start signing contracts for next year. In this decision, my formal and informal observations, Mr. C’s and Mr. T's recommendations, and other parameters such as test results, competitions/activities, parent satisfaction, etc. will play important role. As we wind up this school year I hope each one of us can reflect on how well he/she doing in these areas and make necessary adjustments to serve effectively in the last 8 weeks of the school year.



    Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.



    What should I say??? Any advice??

    Thank you :)
     
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  3. smalltowngal

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    How about a short:

    I QUIT!!
     
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    Sorry, being a little silly this morning. :D
     
  5. scienceteach82

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    Co-worker said he would have sent a text message the moment he got the other job "ain't coming back no more!"

    haha
     
  6. jw13

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    I would submit a letter of resignation, not an email. Short, simple about the wonderful experience but that you have been offered another opportunity to grow in within your field. Sincerely, Mrs. Scienceteach82
     
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    :toofunny::toofunny:
     
  8. smalltowngal

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    This sounds a lot better.:)

    Don't forget to include your last day of work.
     
  9. scienceteach82

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    Should I just end it with 'the end of contract term' for date of leaving? I still want to get paid over the summer...
     
  10. am elisheva

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    yup, include the end of contract date...I had to do that with mine so I get my summer pay as well...but with an email like that, I wouldn't want to come back either!
     
  11. scienceteach82

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    thanks for the advice :)
     

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