(This post can be a bit dry, so I understand if you skip it.)
There were 178 school days this year. I worked 131 of them. This is slightly up from last year. Of those days, I covered teachers without prep periods on 27 of those days, and on 37 other days I was asked to cover another class on the teacher's prep.
I worked both the first day of school and the last day of school. This is unusual. Usually I may work one or the other. Sometimes neither. But both?
I covered 83 days in high school classes, 32 days in middle school classes, and only 17 days at the continuation high school (although I did get to cover that school for 6 days during August). That's an all time low for the continuation high school, but there were extenuating circumstances that curbed my continuation high school days.
- English: 31 days
- 12th grade English: 12 of those days
- Science: 27 days
- Physics: 5 days
- Social Studies: 16 days
- Math: 53 days
- Algebra 1: 31 days
- Geometry: 19 days (although some of those days were for teachers that taught both algebra 1 and geometry)
- Calculus: 3 periods (that teacher only taught one period of calculus, so those days were also math analysis and algebra 2)
- Special Ed: 19 days (and 7 extra periods)
- Severely Handicapped: 10 extra periods
- (This is way up from previous years.)
- Misc: 11 days
- Art: 3 days
- Photography: 1 day
- Testing proctor: 3 days
- Opportunity: 4 days
I only covered one period of band all year (woot!) and didn't cover choir once. I also didn't cover any specific computer classes (although computers were used in some of the other classes) or business classes. Strange.
And now the summer blogging schedule is officially underway...