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Re: No job is done until the paperwork is completed.
Having worked in both large and small school environments, the biggest difference I've experienced is the number of people who have to sign off on something before it is "complete." Here at my 3A school, I typically turn in a form to one person, and it's done or simply gets passed on to one more person. In the 5A and 6A districts I worked with, I would have to babysit forms through the entire process, because inevitably, it would get stuck on someone's desk somewhere down the chain and hold up the process. My forms were always in weeks early, and if I wasn't tracking each of them through their respective approval process, something would get held up and create a crisis for me.