Thursday, May 8, 2014

This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week. But did you know that, in conjunction, the first week of May is also Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week?

On May, 7 2012, U.S. Representative Rob Bishop - who taught for 28 years, including some time spent as a sub - made it official, speaking on the House floor to recognize the impact and contributions of our nation’s Substitute Teachers.

Click to watch the historic moment.

We at Teachers On Reserve want to be among the first to say “Thank You!” to all of our teachers. We know how demanding the job is. Substitute Teachers are called into action early in the morning, taking over lesson plans (if you are lucky) with little notice, watching over the safety of students they do not know and making sure that the quality of education is maintained seamlessly in our classrooms.  Substitutes are an educational lifeline when regular classroom teachers are absent.

For all of your "artful" moments, we appreciate and respect all that you do.

The office staff at Teachers On Reserve

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