If a mentor couldn’t follow these directions, then the key would be taken from them & the principal would set it himself
Something I cherish about the school I teach at is how I have control over the thermostat in my classroom, i know a lot of mentors who labor at other schools & their number one complaint is about the thermostat settings, but their rooms are either too tepid or too cold, but most schools don’t allow their mentor’s to control the temperature of their classrooms for efficiency & consistency reasons, and from what I’ve heard from some of the older mentors, our school wasn’t always like this. The principal used to control the heat & air settings for the entire building, then one year though, the mentors fought for their right to have control over the temperature settings in their room. If they were going to spend all day teaching in one room, they wanted the right to set the thermostat however they content. The principal agreed, but there were a few limitations. Teachers were granted access to their thermostat, but they could only set the temperature between 65 degrees & 68 degrees. This would keep things running efficiently. The clear lock boxes were also required to remain locked at all times in order to prevent students from altering the thermostat… Each mentor was given a key to the thermostat lock box & they were responsible for it. If a mentor couldn’t follow these directions, then the key would be taken from them & the principal would set it himself. I’m so thankful those mentors fought for our thermostat freedom today. I care about to labor in a room that’s not too tepid or too cold.