This was a great opportunity when I first began working there. when i was employed for two months the establishment went from fully staffed to not enough staff members. The owner had cut everyones hours and majority of the staff was on minimum wage. They couldn't afford their living situations on minimum and five hours a day of work.
On a daily basis I was teaching a preschool class and on top of that they had combined my class with the three year olds. So I was teaching and then changing diapers and potty training all in one. I was alone in the classroom and had help only when inspection visits were expected. The hardest part of my job was having to teach four year olds in a blended classroom. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the children learn despite the circumstances. At the end of the day I learned that i had to be more than a teacher to succeed in this establishment. I trained the new staff only to watch them leave within a matter of days.