Get to know what subs are good and request them FAR in advance, especially
the art ones. If they didn't follow your directions and didn't leave a note
about the day they should be spoken to about what is consideredproper
procedure for subs.
----- Original Message -----
From: Deb Mortl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2000 10:34 AM
Subject: bad subs
> hi -
> I had to go to an inservice for one hour on Thursday so I had a sub in my
> 6th hour HS Basic 2D class. They are in the middle of a project and I
> the sub a page of notes that answered any questions that might come up, in
> addition to preparing the class the day before. When I got back to my
> it was A MESS - every cabinet was open stuff was out all over the place (I
> had gotten out the stuff the class needed) and I'm already finding
> that are missing/stolen (esp the little hand-held metal pencil
> wall-mounted school ones totally eat the pencils, so I have a handful of
> others available to use).
> I dread the day I have to call in sick and return to a full day of this.
> I'm not an anal art teacher, either, but this was way out of my comfort
> realm. What do you do with subs when you can't lock up your cabinets?
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