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RE: got my job back


From: King, Jean (JKING5_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jun 30 2003 - 09:52:55 PDT

I am not absolutely certain, but I believe that they would need to get a
waiver to put so many students at that grade level into one class at one
time. The limit set for that age level is 22 per class, state law not
district policy. If they did put 30 to 35 kinders in with you, they should
have to provide you a waiver aide. You would need to check this out. This
is for the safety of both the students and yourself, not to mention how much
the students actually learn.
Just a thought. I would not initially express it like that to
administration. I would point out liability. If the numbers stayed the
same, I would point out the aspect of fire hazard. This is too many
students for your average class. I would hold out the law as the last
I teach in elementary and 30 kinders is alot! It is kinda like herding cats
when you have 25 of them!

-----Original Message-----
From: Susan Holland []
Sent: Mon 6/23/2003 12:35 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: got my job back

Whew, I got a teaching job back with my district after getting RIF-ed. The
full time art teacher at one of my schools resigned her position, so now I'm

getting her job and will only have one school instead of traveling between

So, hit me with all your hints and tips about dealing with oversize classes
primary kids. That's what the art teacher in my district are facing since
many positions were eliminated-- 30 to 35 kinders at once and such. And
me get psyched up to return to a school I convinced myself I was glad to be
leaving! Most of my pals and great team members are at my other school.



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