One thing I have learned as an art teacher is that you have to pick your
On this listserv, we should try to remain positive and provide feedback/info
that is helpful to one another.
I'm sure it's not easy being a sub these days. In the grand scheme, the
mixing of the crayons seems to be inconsequential.
Upper School Visual Art
Picks of the week: blisters from bulb planting, making things with bottle
caps, thoughts of soup, figurative painting
From: Donald Peters [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2001 3:02 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: worthless subs
It's getting so I can't afford to be gone for anything...
Early on in the year I was gone three days unexpectedly... When I came back,
I was missing a bunch of crayons, colored pencils and 10 pairs of
SO... last week when I was leaving for TAEA I put everything either in
locked lockers or a cupboard with a BIG sign that said DO NOT USE...
I come back and things in the cupboard were out and worse yet, my
multicultural crayons that I purchased with personal funds had been removed
from my desk and mixed with the everyday crayons!!
It seems like I could LOCK everything up and they would still find a way to
use and abuse it.
Anybody else have this problem? Any suggestions on solving it? I'll have to
be out at least two more days for cardiology appointments.