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How Subs Get in Trouble
Old 12-10-2018, 02:07 PM
 
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I'm teaching at a 5/6 middle school today. I have one period of art coverage (art teacher is out, no sub). As I am walking around monitoring the students I am picking up the supplies left from the previous classes. As I pick up a ruler from the floor I hear a student blurt out "He's going to hit us with a ruler!" Several more chime in. I tell the class "no, I just picked this up off the floor."

What do you think happened at the end of the day as I was leaving? I had to speak with the principal who said he had heard from a parent that their child told them there was a substitute hitting students with a ruler in art class today.

Of course I didn't hit anyone with a ruler nor did I even think about doing it. Just goes to show you even a simple act of picking up a ruler from the floor can cause a substitute trouble.


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