I resigned due to a family medical issue, did so over the phone after I spoke with her about the issue and she seemed ok with it and understood. I mentioned I had some of the school's belongings and offered to bring them up the next day after school was over. She insisted I focus on my family and she would call me later on in the week. I spent hundreds of dollars, like all teachers on here have, on decorations, 2 pocket charts and all the supplies for my desk (the teacher who left took everything.) I don't have any pictures or anything like that on my desk, but do have stuff I never used in the draws and all of my desktop stuff I paid for. I'm not about to go and rip apart the classroom, but I would like or think I am entitled to all of the supplies on top of my desk and the two pocket charts I have hanging up that were rather expensive. She contacted me today 2x about getting back the schools belongings. She told me I have to go up next week, on a specific day and between a certain time (during school hours). I didn't question it, but I would have much rather gone up after school hours so I can get into my old classroom and get my stuff. I'm assuming now since she wants me to go up during the normal school day, I won't be able to get back into my old classroom now. I have a child, so now I have to bring my child up with my sick family member, so they can stay with my child in the car. I have no idea if they hired another teacher yet, my name is still on the school website, or who they have covering the class. I just figured she would want to do this after school, not in the middle of the school day. So, is everything in this classroom now "their" property? I mean, I have the keys, but since techincally I am no longer an employee there, I don't think it would be wise to go up this weekend and take stuff from the classroom. Am I entitled to this stuff or no?