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A nationwide pandemic trend of schools short-staffed in substitutes has not spared the Berkshires. "Even in a typical year we don't have enough subs. In an ongoing pandemic, it's significantly harder," Berkshire Hills Regional School District Superintendent Peter Dillon said.
As a teacher, I dread writing sub plans. It can be challenging to devise assignments that can be administered by a substitute teacher (especially since I’m a Latin teacher), and that are worthwhile and engaging. And yet, sometimes, under the stress of producing good sub plans, I find myself coming up with creative ideas! In cooking, too, substitutions can be the impetus for creativity, and yet the topic is not without controversy.