I subbed for an American History teacher today.
I got to watch a very interesting video about George Washington. The dude was 6'3", 180 lbs. He must have been ripped.
The school's varsity football team is going to state finals on Saturday, so they don't have school tomorrow to celebrate. I think their priorities are clear.
I picked up today's job yesterday. The way it works is, teachers can post leave requests online, and any sub who is online at the time can pick it up (or the system calls subs, but it is all automated). The system is set up so that once you've got a job for any given day, you will not be offered, or even be able to see other jobs. Imagine my surprise when I got a call this morning from the system, offering me Kindergarten job for today. It turns out that the automated system lost ALL the data on jobs posted/accepted yesterday.
When I got to school, the secretaries were scrambling to fill jobs. I only showed up because, at the last minute, the system posted a note explaining the problem, and said that subs should report to any jobs they had previously excepted.
Clearly this automated system is better than having humans manage the subbing data.