Monday, June 21, 2010

Good News About My Job

Remember my first day of work? Well I finished the school year and have been offered the job for next year with forty more minutes which gives me a four hour day instead of three hours and 20 minutes.

Now that doesn't sound like much, but that means I get medical insurance coverage as well. My schedule has also been changed to compact my day down to working four hours over a six hour period instead of working 3.33 hours over a seven and a half hour day.

One small step at a time and I'll be there with all the others working 6.5 hours with 30 minutes for lunch. It's a start.

I'm excited actually! I will also be working in the lunchroom for 55 minutes with my new schedule. To some of you that may sound horrible, but I think I'm going to like the opportunity to see the kids in a different setting. I enjoy helping them with all kinds of small tasks that they just have a hard time doing themselves. They appreciate your help so much and I just get a kick out of that.

So to the 2009-2010 school, year I say good bye. Hello summer!! See you soon 2010-2011 school year.

Have a GREAT SUMMER everyone!!


  1. Congratulations, sweet friend! Just a few minutes make a BIG difference in your life and quality of life. GOD is awesome!

  2. Yay! God is so faithful!

    I don't know if you read my fb status but she is back in the hospital with pneumonia. Still, I think we caught it early enough and so she's going to be o.k!

  3. CONGRATULATIONS! Every little bit is a step closer to full-time! :> )

    Praying for you, my friend!



  4. That's great you got some more time and are able to be there a little more. Small steps are what it takes :)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog-I always love visitors! Allie is a big fan of the water and I was shocked when that bucket kept her entertained for so long. She loved it the second day too though it wasn't as new at that point.

  5. Yay!! Glad you got more time. And I'm sure the kids love having you around as much as you love it. :)

  6. Congratulations!
    Keep doing what you've been doing and you'll be running that school.

    My suggestion is to learn any and all jobs. You might get to sub for someone. That is how I got my current job. I was a part time person, learn the attendance job. I then became her sub and when she left, I was hired.

    Have a great summer!