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Posted by Thoughts on 11/13/2019, 1:30 pm, in reply to "Resigning
If you are 100% certain you still want to teach, don't resign. Just go to work every day and do your job. Apply, apply, apply, and get out.
"I want them to know how much they have killed my spirit.." What purpose would that serve? All it will do is let them know that they've won, and that you're going to leave. It's not going to help you find a new job - it will in fact make it more difficult.
Keep your letter under your hat until you have a new job in hand, then resign and walk at the end of the contract. Be more professional than them.
I hate my job. HATE IT! Every single thing about it. I hate my admin, hate my ineffective FAD, hate the counselors, hate one of my coworkers (the other one is whatever), hate the school culture and I hate coming to work everyday.
It makes me physically ill. I cry on my way to work at least 3 times a week. I find zero joy in the day to day. It's effecting me outside of work since I'm always tired. My husband says all I do is complain about work.
We have decided that no matter what, I will not return after this school year. I really just want to turn in my resignation but I know people will start treating me poorly but I also want them to know how much they have killed my spirit.
Has anyone turned in a resignation early in the year just because. I have no future job prospects. But emotionally I can't be here again.