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How Teachers Feel During the Month of December

How Teachers Feel During the Month of December

 

December is one of the hardest months of teaching. With Winter break approaching, the kids are off the walls and there is never enough time to finish everything you need to do. Stay calm, you're not alone!

1. Trying to be jolly in lieu of the chaos...

jolly bored teachers

2. Counting down the days, hours, and minutes until winter break...

grinch bored teachers

3. Sitting in staff meetings the week before break...

staff meetings bored teachers

4. Trying not to get sick during flu season... and/or working through the sickness!

flu bored teachers

5. Trying to catch up on all the grading you haven't done...

grading papers bored teachers

6. Dealing with parents who want to know what their kid will miss while they're taking an early vacation...

copying bored teachers

7. When your job is more crowd control than actually teaching...

parents bored teachers

8. Getting unannounced observations the week before break...

observed bored teachers

9. Going to school every day...

before school bored teachers

10. Coming back from school every day...

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