Sunday, November 17, 2019

More Cash For Kansas City Substitute Teachers in Center School District

Education temp work is just a bit more rewarding for locals qualified for advanced baby sitting or watching over the NextGen whilst they play with their mobile phones. Take a look:

Kansas City school district increases substitute teacher pay

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A Kansas City school district is increasing the pay of its substitute teachers in a move to address a shortage that is plaguing classrooms around the metro. Michael Weishaar, interim superintendent of the Center School District, said the district decided to increase its pay rate for substitutes from $100 a day to $110 over the summer.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, a whopping $12 an hour, no wonder there’s a teacher shortage.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- CHALK ONE UP

If a substitute teacher leaves Center High with $130 at 4PM, driving due east at 50mph in a vehicle that gets 25m/gal, where do they run out of gas and at what time???

(assuming a full tank of 15 gal. at 4PM, and gas costs $2.40/gal)

Anonymous said...

Assuming the first tank was full when leaving school they’d run out of gas 38.5 miles short of Atlantic City NJ at 12:45 the following afternoon.

Grip Madlock said...

The car might make it a few miles but chances are the bitch will get car jacked by some crackhead spook.

Anonymous said...

^^Help! I'm sooo old!! I want to die!

Anonymous said...

^ = “Millennials can’t math.”