Top 10 Teacher New Year’s Resolutions

Hey Teachers–Here’s a list of new year’s resolutions to make you giggle!  If you’re looking for more, click HERE to read version 2016.

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Graded Papers

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Professional Development

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Impractical Suggestions

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Lesson Plans

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Copy Machines

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Late Work

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Lounge Food

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Non-Teachers

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Curriculum Changes

Teacher Humor New Year's Resolution on Snow Days

29 comments

  1. Unfortunately, resolution #1 causes me to accuse my son of NOT having turned in his assignments because Family Access shows it’s “missing”

  2. I’m a retired teacher, but not yet so addle of mind that I’ve forgotten these situations!! So glad I’m not dealing with them now!! Good luck to the current & future generations of teachers.

  3. YOU CAN TELL….YOU ALL ARE ALL TIME TEACHERS ….SAME LANGUAGE, IDEAS AND BEHAVIOR…BUT NO MATTER WHAT, YOU ARE THE BEST IN THE WEST…I LOVE YOU ALL

  4. These would be hard to keep! Only a teacher could understand how spot on these are, The snow day one reminds me of the year in the 70’s when I had the slogan “Think snow” on my bulletin board and got written up by my principal for an “unprofessional display”. Here’s my favorite poster: “I will not throw things in class. I will not yell in class. I will not tease anyone in class. I am the teacher,. I am the teacher.”

  5. Been there, done that, and now retired thanks to an early retirement incentive package. I miss my students terribly but not the hoops and ridiculous red tape. The best advice I can give is to arm yourself with a few true friends in your building. THEY ARE YOUR SALVATION……….. Best of luck to those of you still in the trenches… There is light at the end of the tunnel.

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