Tuesday, March 27, 2012
I can't believe I've been teaching as long as I have and still every spring I have to worry about having a job the next school year. It's ridiculous! How much more does the administration except teachers to do to ensure we keep our employment? I tell you if I thought I had other options I think I would have considered leaving this profession years ago. But I'm a teacher, and if I do say so myself a good one. I am just sick and tired of constantly worrying about budget cuts that supposedly are for the good of the district when I know that my students are going to suffer because of them............and I wait...........again............
Posted by Kat at 10:34 PM
Monday, March 5, 2012
So today one of my students called me a bitch. Well I really wasn't that offended considering that I was a complete bitch today.......maybe I wouldn't have been if I didn't have to repeat myself constantly......what page did you say? what was the homework?...... And of course the constant disciplining, sit down, stop talking during the test, keep your eyes on your own paper, hands to yourself, stop cursing, spitting, and harassing each other. So today was a bitch day....what can I say some days my tolerance is absolutely zero...........and tomorrow is a new day.......hopefully it's a bitch free zone.
Posted by Kat at 9:38 PM
Sunday, March 4, 2012
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Posted by Kat at 11:26 PM
Friday, March 2, 2012
Man don't you hate when you rent a movie looking forward to watching it .....only to figure out that ten minutes into the damn thing you realize that you've already seen it. How is it possible that out of all the freaking movies available at RedBox I rent one I've already seen!!! UGHHHHHHH
Posted by Kat at 9:05 PM