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to act as a substitute

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"Administrators: How will you help me avoid being the object of a Sink the Sub game?"
Having emergency lessons ready is particularly helpful in heading off "early finishers, those most likely to play Sink the Sub," Haas says.
After examining feedback from Capistrano's Super Sub session, one thing was clear to Chief Personnel Officer Suzette Lovely: Subs wanted more classroom management training.
Requesting feedback after sub training is the norm, as districts with these programs strive to make them better.
Richland One, which is located in an area with many military families, has still managed to reach a sub retention rate of at least 50 percent, says Sullivan.
The words of Colinthia Gosa are those that every administrator should lung to hear: I have never, the whole time I've been here in Fulton County, felt like I was just a sub.'" A retired Delaware educator who has been subbing in the Georgia district for more than two years, Gosa says teachers and administrators have always been there to help her in any way.