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October 07, 2004



Hi -- I'm Jenifer, and I wandered over from your Klaralund post. I agree, don't stew over this. You did the right thing by writing the letter, and that will hopefully set all right with the principal. He is likely so busy that he's already forgotten about it. I'm a teacher myself, and I think it's rather unfair that you weren't given any time off ... do the sub contracts stipulate that you get breaks at all? If so, they need to provide another teacher for potty breaks, etc. [As an aside, my DH is also a teacher and is working on his MA in administration to become an AP ... and he's really looking forward to being able to go to the bathroom when he needs to! Isn't that pitiful? :) ] Love the Klaralund colors!


Don't keep stewing. Everyone else will forget about it long before you do. Your hard work has NOT gone down the drain.


I would be mad instead of sick. You deserve a break and you were watching her just fine.

I feel that there is nothing wrong with sticking up for yourself. If you are strong and sincere (and apologetic if appropriate) that works better.

Knitty hugs to you.

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