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Re: lesson load/class schedule

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Sun, 10 Oct 1999 11:42:10 EDT

In a message dated 10/10/99 10:10:48 AM, sharonbk wrote:

<<There's no regular PE program and so teachers are enlisted to coach a

variety of sports programs, being responsible for 2 out of 3 seasons. This

occurs every afternoon from 3:30 until 5:30. So starting with the winter

sports season, my day will "officially" start at 7:50 and not end until

5:30. For teachers who are coaching sports teams that have away games, the

day can be much, much longer.

I am glad you seem to like your situation because if I had your schedule and
"required" participation in advising, coach, club duty, no frills, etc., I
would have a nervous breakdown!!
My schedule is weird, but at least reasonable. We have 50 minute classes, 6
periods a day. Within that perameter, I teach 12 classes (K-5) 50 minute per
week for the semester, 3 classes (Grades 6-8) which meet 50 minutes per day
for only six weeks then the classes rotate, and 1 class (Grades 9-12) which
meets 50 minutes each day for one semester. Also, I have one 50 minute a day
planning period and one 50 minute yearbook period. Hey, I told you it was