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Re: art supplies & money handling

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croberts (b2w6w4kn)
Sun, 12 Apr 1998 15:05:21 -0400


-----Original Message-----
From: croberts <b2w6w4kn>
To: rgibas <rgibas>
Date: Sunday, April 12, 1998 3:02 PM
Subject: Re: art supplies & money handling

>I have permission from administration to charge for use of my scanner and
>printer. This money goes into my art account at school.
>Carolyn Roberts
>
>
>From: rgibas <rgibas>
>>Dear Bunki,
>>
>> Couldn't an art teacher get in trouble for
>>handling money like this? How do you get around
>>it?
>> -Rachel
>>
>>On Sat, 11 Apr 1998 17:13:38 -0700
>>bkramer.us (Bunki Kramer) wrote:
>>Snip:
>>"I just make them pay for it up front. I make up
>>my own price, you bet.I don't get many
>>requests...."
>>"I think....because they have to dig it out of
>>their own pockets. . . . "It gives me a wee small
>>kitty to buy incidentials that always seem to pop
>>up due to my never-perfect budget
>>planning. I order, at the beginning of the year,
>>some cheap warehouse paint, couple of extra packs
>>of white/colored paper, cheap brushes, cheap
>>colored pencils, glue....and I'm in the retail
>>business!"
>>
>>Rachel A. Gibas
>>Art Ed. Pre-Intern
>>University of Florida
>>rgibas
>>
>>
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