Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Labor of Leave

Well, it’s the day after Labor Day, and I wish I could say that all the teachers are back and rejuvenated, ready to take on educating after the three-day respite. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case.

When I turned on my computer this morning, there was an e-mail from Borrish asking if we knew of any good English teachers to replace Ms. Schnell, a World Literature teacher. She did not show up today and left a phone message informing Borrish that she would not be returning to SLHS.

Wow! Phoning in that you quit—who knew? I imagine that my last day will involve turning over a filing cabinet and starting a memo fire in a trash can, all with a crazed laughter. I guess quiet is an option too, but it does lack that final say quality.

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