I mean me.
"Did we have math homework?"
6th period. 7th grade English. They had a packet on verbs and adverbs to work on. We spent a lot of time going over it with me giving examples.
It had been a strange day. Roving assignment. The schools have been doing these teacher trainings for about a month or so now. It's on campus and part day. They pull a bunch of teachers for a couple periods at a time--some for three, some for less than that.
For us subs, it means that we cover a couple different teachers in a day. This day I covered 7th grade history for three periods, pre-algebra for one period, and 7th grade English for one period.
The 7th grade history classes were fine. A bit loud. But on task.
Then the pre-algebra class was right next door. And about a third of the class had been in one of the history classes.
The English class was a bit farther than that. Not next door, but the rooms were within sight of each other. And, of course, I had a handful of students that I had encountered earlier in the day. It's like I was following them.
Stalking students. Another service I offer.
(By the way, the answer to the math homework question was no. She was asking me. Because I had been there.)