When a kindergarten teacher was teaching a kindergarten reading book, she was caught off-guard.
Read more>>”I was surprised,” she said.
“I’m used to being surprised.”
After learning she had been caught with a book in her hand, the kindergarten school teacher was able to correct the teacher, and the school will be able to use the new books as part of their reading materials for next year.
But what was more surprising was what the teacher had to say when she was questioned by police.
The teacher said she didn’t think she was a danger, but she said she felt a need to teach because of her fear of losing her job.
The book, which she is now teaching, had been delivered by the district’s kindergarten curriculum manager, who said the book was a good choice.
She also said the kindergarten curriculum team is looking for a teacher who can teach at the school, and is looking to hire more teachers to help fill the gap.
“I just think there are a lot of teachers that are doing this for the right reasons,” the teacher said.
But, she added, there’s also a lot that teachers are doing because they love it.
“It’s really hard to say, you know, this is what I want to do and I don’t know how I’m going to do it, because I don.t have any experience,” she explained.
“But I just want to be the best teacher possible.”
The kindergarten teacher said her fears were not unfounded, but the way she approached the problem was different from most.
“There was no way I would do it like that,” she told ABC News.
“But I was like, oh my gosh, I can’t just walk into a kindergarten class and be like, ‘Oh my gawd, it’s a good book.'”
She said the fear was so strong that she just could not even think about the book being a danger.
“That was my first instinct,” she added.
But it was after the lesson that the teacher found out she had actually violated the law.
“The teacher was like ‘Oh, your mom told you not to use that book?’
And I was just like, I have no idea what she was talking about,” she recalled.
“I mean, I mean, the book is not going to get into our classroom, so I was kind of like, why would I have to do that?”
The teacher decided to take matters into her own hands.
She took the child to a local school, where she took the kids book and left it on the desk.
The teacher, who is not being identified by ABC News because she is not an employee, said she immediately called the district and the parents of the children.
“They were all shocked,” she recounted.
“It was just a completely different story.”
The teacher also said she was surprised by the response she got from the district, and was not surprised to learn that it had a policy in place to warn teachers when a child was being handed a book.
But she said it was still an amazing moment, and her teachers’ fear was just one of many reasons she has become the first person in the state of New Jersey to teach a class in the school curriculum, even though it’s only her first class.
“A lot of people are going to have their parents call me, ‘You know, your teacher is a teacher.
She’s a very, very good teacher,'” she said, laughing.
It’s a job that pays well, she said and a good way to build a community.
“My mom and dad would be like ‘Why do you have to teach at that school?
What are you going to teach us?’
And they’re like, she just loves reading.
She reads to the class.
She likes it.
She enjoys it,” she joked.