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do you know if the hall/restroom monitors can read while monitoring or where to find out? They used to be able to read or do puzzles or something, then it was up to the campus admin and now?


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At my school they could read/do paper work if the hallway they were assigned was empty. Once a student/students entered the hall to use the restroom then they actively monitored to make sure there was no talking between students. They only let one student in the restroom at a time.
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they aren't allowed to do ANYTHING except watch the halls/kids. No books, grading, newspapers, tech, etc. Not sure if it's a campus-by-campus decision, though.
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On the campus where I sub (and likely a district-wide policy), the hall/restroom monitors cannot do anything except stay on high alert for hours. Those were the new regs that began last year. Just when you thought this whole state testing crap couldn’t get any more ridiculous...
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Thanks, guys,
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appreciate the responses. It . is . so . boring.


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Ours are not permitted to do anything except “actively monitor.”
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our hall people just watch the restrooms.
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Are you seriously saying you have people sitting in your halls/restroom areas just monitoring students? All year long?
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No!! just during STAAR testing. lol. I wish we had restroom monitors all year long!
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