An ATR teacher named Darla decided to help her school-hopping colleagues by preparing a little travel guide.
Boys and Girls High School (Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn): No one cares who you are, no work is given, and if it is given it is the same work sheet you gave the students the day before. Beware of bedbug infestation (a girl in class had them on her but said she didn't care, and a LARGE roach crawled out of the desk).
I told a student to sit and he body-slammed me instead; oh, the memories!!! They DO have a parking lot.
New Dorp High School (Staten Island): The secretaries are nice, AP English is nice, and I actually covered classes. They have a posted vacancy but if you have years in the system, don't even think about being placed. The area is nice, Starbucks and TJ Max across the street. Very Confusing building layout, got lost everyday. Has a parking lot.
High School of Journalism (Park Slope, Brooklyn): Very nice secretaries, co-workers, wonderful area but no parking; you will circle and circle and circle around, if you have to drive in. Nothing to do, small school, no vacancies, sit in SAVE room allllllllll day.