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Re: The Unquitting, Part 2
Wouldn't surprise me considering all the drama being created.
On a more serious note, it is a shame the OP can't post the person's name so that we can avoid hiring them.
99% odds its theater...
What elective is it, just curious.
You might remember my post from a few weeks ago about a electives teacher in my hallway that quit on a Friday, then came back and asked for their job back on Monday and was actually given it back ( A real life George Costanza moment - the unquitting if you need a refresher). Well, they quit again today. This time they just put their keys, ID, and letter of resignation on the principal secretary's desk around 6:45 AM and left. Didn't even say a word to anyone. The school receptionist thought this teacher was at school and even told my assistant when they went to the office around 7:00 AM that they were there (this teacher was absent last Thursday and Friday and had attendance issues). The principal secretary doesn't come in until 8:00 AM due to staying until 5:00 (or later) every day. My assistant and I knew something was up when the bell rang to start 1st period and this teacher was no where to be seen. We were in the hall watching the dumpster fire of a class that is their 1st period when suddenly the SpecEd coordinator comes racing around the corner and tells us that this teacher had just quit again. After some not so school appropriate language from me I high-tail it down to the office and the school secretary confirmed that yes, this teacher had indeed quit again. She had just informed the principal (who was ironically representing the district at a job fair at the ESC). Not even the VP's knew what was going on. BUT WAIT, THERE"S MORE!!! Apparently, he used the Remind app on Friday to tell some of the parents of students in their classes they were going to quit again. This person has some serious issues. The past two weeks have had teachers around the school asking if we could just dissolve this elective and move them to other electives. The talk ramped up today.