Hey everyone, I am starting my first year teaching in first grade. I am so excited and nervous at the same time. I have a question concerning continuing to work at the part time job I accepted over the summer. I accepted a part-time retail job to help me with paying bills because I wasn't going to be making money over the summer since substitute teachers do not get paid over the summer. Within a few days of accepting the retail position, I received the offer to teach at my school. I decided to keep the retail position, and just work weekends once school starts in a little over 3 weeks. I am realizing now that I may need to assist in Saturday tutorials and there will be Saturday programs. My team may also want to meet during the weekend sometime, and I will definitely need time for planning and grading. Would it be wise for me to continue working there? I gave my new availability a couple days ago saying I could work Fridays 7pm-Close, Saturdays 4pm-Close, and Sundays Open-2. I do not have any drive at my retail job, and I want to give 100% of my time towards teaching. I heard the first year is the hardest, and I will be dedicating a LOT of time towards teaching. I don't want to burn myself out my first year. What do ya'll think? I typed up a two weeks notice, but I'm afraid my manager will be furious with me because I just turned in a new availability sheet, but I have given a lot of thought about this and do not know what to do.