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Old 05-28-2020, 01:48 PM
 
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Recieved this Notification of Reasonable Assurance form to fill out for next year. Of course situations are changing. How would you answer?

 I am NOT interested in being called to substitute for the 2020/2021 school year.
 I am interested in substituting for the 2020/2021 school year without restrictions.
 I am interested in being called to substitute with the following restrictions (indicate actual restrictions and not mere preferences):

I believe our govenor here in Ca will provide the resitrictions needed to keep me safe. That saves me from marking anything down that might screw up my Unemployment (which I am happy to keep as long as I can)


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Old 05-28-2020, 03:49 PM
 
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Our forms always look like that, and “restrictions” has nothing to do with Covid restrictions. It’s for days you can’t work. We have one sub who only works Fridays because she works the other four days. Another only works Tuesday and Thursday because she is still in college. Another only works half days in mornings because she babysits in the afternoons for her grandchild who goes h9me early from school.
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hmmm, that makes sense. Thanks.
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Not being available for certain grades, subjects, days, times, certain work sites, and any additional restrictions
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Old 06-01-2020, 03:36 PM
 
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I'm getting letters of assurance now, they seem the same as the ones from years past.

I'm keeping everything the same even for the districts I don't plan on subbing for in the fall. I'm remaining hopeful of getting some sort of professional level employment be it teaching or working in another field. I figure I can always quit subbing when I get a professional job.

The past few months have shown me that subbing is an unstable field to try and make a living in.


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Old 06-01-2020, 08:52 PM
 
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Yes, subbing is part time.
And yes probably best to keep everything the same, and wait to see what is shaking out come end of summer.
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I've actually been ignoring any reasonable assurance letter I receive.

And I don't plan on filling any out until it's confirmed that schools will be reopening in the fall.
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I agree with all the different ways subs are dealing with these letters. What do they expect us to do? They have given us virtually no guidance or information about what might happen. They seem to be acting like everything is normal.
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