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Develops character: Neutral


- a parent
This place is starting to be a joke. They are constantly short handed. The kids are always being sent home for whatever reason they can come up with. Oh we are short staffed today- ok so put an ad out and build up your sub teachers. Don't give extra days off. Stop taking new kids especially if you can't handle the ones currently there. Make your staff actually work Mon-Fri. Stop being their friend and start being their boss. Stop having the mentality that oh well we're 4 teachers down today so when we get full then we will just tell the parents they can't bring their kids. What kind of place runs like that? You're mentality should be to say hey you know what we need to step up our game. We need to build up our staff or at least cross train the ones that aren't usually in the classes so that yeah if you're down then they can step in. We need to actively put ads in the paper stating we need subs, with a very clear description of the job, that it's an as needed basis and put the amount they will make. But what you're doing now is having this oh well yeah I know we're going to be short handed but I'm not going to actively try and do anything about it. I'll just put the problem of my inability to perform this job and its responsibilities on the parents. We depend on them being there as much as our jobs depend on us to be at work. Seriously, if you can't do the job stop just trying to just skim by and figure it out. If you can't then step down and let someone else do it. NEW MANAGEMENT. Oh and another thing, stop scheduling building work during the time the kids are there and making everyone move around and making it stressful for the kids, not to mention parents who have to check their phones multiple times just to see if their kid will get sent home. There are plenty of company that come out after 2 during the week and also on weekends to work. Plus if there are a couple days where you have sent out no school notices for later in the month then why aren't you scheduling construction work for those days??? Step it up already and stop trying to put it off on the parents.



- a parent
This place is starting to be a joke. They are constantly short handed. The kids are always being sent home for whatever reason they can come up with. Oh we are short staffed today- ok so put an ad out and build up your sub teachers. Don't give extra days off. Stop taking new kids especially if you can't handle the ones currently there. Make your staff actually work Mon-Fri. Stop being their friend and start being their boss. Stop having the mentality that oh well we're 4 teachers down today so when we get full then we will just tell the parents they can't bring their kids. What kind of place runs like that? You're mentality should be to say hey you know what we need to step up our game. We need to build up our staff or at least cross train the ones that aren't usually in the classes so that yeah if you're down then they can step in. We need to actively put ads in the paper stating we need subs, with a very clear description of the job, that it's an as needed basis and put the amount they will make. But what you're doing now is having this oh well yeah I know we're going to be short handed but I'm not going to actively try and do anything about it. I'll just put the problem of my inability to perform this job and its responsibilities on the parents. We depend on them being there as much as our jobs depend on us to be at work. Seriously, if you can't do the job stop just trying to just skim by and figure it out. If you can't then step down and let someone else do it. NEW MANAGEMENT. Oh and another thing, stop scheduling building work during the time the kids are there and making everyone move around and making it stressful for the kids, not to mention parents who have to check their phones multiple times just to see if their kid will get sent home. There are plenty of company that come out after 2 during the week and also on weekends to work. Plus if there are a couple days where you have sent out no school notices for later in the month then why aren't you scheduling construction work for those days??? Step it up already and stop trying to put it off on the parents.

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