Hi, all, me again! So as you may know, I am a new sub in a K-8 district. I have a full sleeve tattoo on one arm. I always keep it covered because I feel it is the professional thing to do (I haven't even asked anyone about a "tattoo policy", but I'm honestly not even interested in it...I know if I were to show my tattoos around the kiddos, it would create MUCH distraction and chaos). It has been VERY hot this week in So Cal. I have a two day sub assignment. I just finished day one today, and I go back to work in the same classrooms tomorrow. Now, the kids haven't said ANYTHING about me wearing long sleeves...and it's over 100 degrees out, easily! However, nearly every teacher, administrator, and faculty member has mentioned how "hot I must be in those clothes" and how "tomorrow you need to remember to dress in cooler clothing!" I feel like it will be fishy tomorrow when I walk in with long sleeves and pants again (I am female, BTW), so I am wondering...should I tell the adults about my tattoos if the heat thing comes up? Or should I just kind of laugh it off again, saying I'm not hot, I'm more comfortable in long sleeves, etc.? I'm nervous to mention anything, as it may tarnish the administration's view of me (as much as it shouldn't...but I knew the stigma when I got tattoos). I appreciate holding back on lectures about how "I should have known before I got them...", "Tattoos are inappropriate", etc. I know; I am an adult. Thank you for your responses in advance, I really appreciate it!