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Re: Writing your own drill
A previous district I worked as an assistant for paid me for writing the drill. The stipulations were that: a) I did not write the drill on district property or with district equipment b) wrote the drill outside of the contract hours. This last one meant once my contract was done for the year, giving me only a few weeks during the summer to get it done. Once the drill was turned in, I could do any edits I wanted at any time and any place, but the initial drill had to be done under those conditions. This was also the same district who would pay teachers to write curriculum during the summer (like scope and sequence stuff). They weren't a rich district, but they valued teachers' time. I only got $1,000 for the drill and music.