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Re:the job

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Fran Marze (fmaiu+@pitt.edu)
Sat, 7 Aug 1999 11:20:26 -0400 (EDT)


Betty:

do you have certification? If so, could you apply to do homebound teaching
for districts in your area? It usually is about $20 an hour to go to homes
to teach students who have been ina ccidents, etc. Would this be a
possibility to help with your job. Then while you were in this part time
job, you could still apply for other jobs. Also, could you take on any
extra curricular activities for extra pay? I'm just trying to come up with
some alternatives to taking a part time job out of your area. ALso, in our
school district, we now have Saturday detention and teachers need to be
paid to take on this extra duty. Usually, it is a lot of the younger
teachers who aren't too high on pay scale.

I would hate to see you give up your dream without giving it a shot. Also,
any chance of doing anything in your neighborhood, like getting children
off to school for working parents--since you have a later start up time. I
would investigate all avenues before you gave up this opportunity.

Keep us posted as to how you are doing. Fran


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