Over the past few months, I had been subbing at a middle school. Most of the days there, things have gone extremely well, all of the kids behaved, we got through the lessons and assignments that were left by the regular teacher and things were under complete control. For the most part the staff and the faculty there was nice to me except for a small clique of teachers. The last day I worked there, I left my classroom to go upstairs to the teacher's lounge during my break but when I returned, I saw a group of teachers sitting in my classroom, as they normally do when the teacher I was covering for is in, eating their lunch with the door locked. When I knocked on the door, they ignored me and did not allow me into the classroom until they were finished. When they left, they did not even say a word to me. During my last period that day, I had a group of the students run out of the class before the dismissal bell rang. I tried to get them to stop but to nobody would listen to me. I called the AP, took down names and explained what had happened to do the Dean. A month later, after not getting called in the same period of time, I called the payroll secretary to find out why I was not getting called and she told me that I was no longer allowed to sub at their school again because she was told by one of the regular teachers that I had willingly allowed a class to leave before dismissal. This came as a surprise to me since I did everything I could to prevent that class from running out of the room. In all the schools that I have gone to, I have never allowed a class to do that. Is it possible that this group of teachers might have embellished what had happened in order to run me out of the school?