Note: To protect the privacy of our members, e-mail addresses have been removed from the archived messages. As a result, some links may be broken.
> I had a revelation this week - one which I am not real thrilled with. I
>once read awhile back about paddling up creek. (If you feel like you are,
>then you are on the right track.) So I buckled down, bit the bullet and
>my classes my best shot. Listening to my peers over the past few days I
>beginning to feel empty again. One teacher is ready to leave. She has
>applied for another position elsewhere. Another teacher (who the principal
>deems an "effective teacher") is beginning to look elsewhere, too. Our
>is small. Two losses would be tremendous. Rumor has it others are thinking
>about leaving as well. This is a district-wide problem, as I gather.
>Turnover is worse than the smell of rotting meat. I know look around and
>everyone leaving. I can't help but remember the saying about rats leaving a
> How does one deal with this? I beginning to feel deserted and hopeless.
>I am not sure how to reinvigorate myself and give one hundred percent
>In turn, I can't help but wonder if I should make the same move. Any ideas
>would be most appreciated.
>Jennifer in Michigan
>You are currently subscribed to artsednet as: jwells.us
>To unsubscribe send a blank email to leave-artsednet-4261K
--- You are currently subscribed to artsednet as: hm-aen.edu To unsubscribe send a blank email to leave-artsednet-4261K