Pros: i enjoyed working with i also enjoyed working with teenagers, especially providing life experience to teenagers coming up in this world.
Cons: it was difficult dealing with students that had no respect for themselves or others, even after repeatedly counseling. also it was hard working with rude co-workers.
A majority of the time, I had a Nice calm start to the morning with few unexpected issues to deal with upon arrival. The typical day was pretty much regimented from what one would expect of a high school with very few deviations from the scheduled day. The one major thing I learned to improve on was patience and dealing with teenagers on a daily basis. I also work well with my co-workers and when we did have any disagreements, we always seemed to work out any problems. Bascially I've learned you can agree to diagree with your co-workers without getting petty about it. The administrators defintely have their work cut out for them. On a daily basis they have to deal with major and minor issues facing the schools and blanace the needs of their staff, students and parents. The hardest part of the job I would say is dealing with teenagers and their issues. The most enjoyable part of the job again would be working with teenagers, knowing they rely on your experience and knowledge to face the world.