I have a friend who was hired to teach kindergarten in a nearby district one week before school started. The first week of school she learned that they would be adding a new section of first grade, and she would have to move her classroom to the music room. So, the music teacher packed up her room one morning before school, and my friend was planning on moving in after school. Then another kindergarten teacher approached her after school, stressed out that she had so many major behavior problems in her classroom. She asked if my friend wanted to team teach. It was approved by the principal, so my friend moved into this teacher's room after school. She actually ended up taking almost all of her stuff home, since the other teacher had her room set up already. She sent me a text on Friday that they were now going to turn the computer lab into a classroom for her to move into. I haven't actually spoken to her yet, so I don't know the details about why she won't be team teaching anymore. Isn't this just INSANE?!! Imagine trying to teach routines and procedures to a group of kindergartners whose classroom has changed 3 times in two weeks. Not to mention all of the time and effort my friend has put into setting up a classroom quickly, taking everything home, and now bringing everything back to school and setting up a new classroom. (Plus she has a 6-month old at home, and just found out she is pregnant.) Has anyone ever experienced something like this at your school? It really makes me wonder what administrators are thinking sometimes. If my school had to add another section after the school year started, my principal would probably just put that class in any empty classroom, even if it wasn't right next to all of the other classrooms for that grade level.