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    to: ALL staff
    from: Office of Superintendant
    re: "Teacher In Service Training" schedule (TITS)
    In accordance with recent changes in the State Education Law, our district is now required to supply bigger and better TITS for each employee.
    We are therefore, pleased to announce the implementation of the Special High Intensity Training program (SHIT). It is our intention to give each member of the staff as much SHIT as possible. Advancement, salary increases and job changes will be dependent on the amount of SHIT you have taken.
    Employees who feel they have taken as much SHIT as they can may apply to the School Council for Review of Educational Welfare (SCREW).
    All employees are expected to be SCREW'd at least annually.
    If you have taken SHIT and have been SCREW'd within the past academic year, you will be eligible to receive a Self Help Award for Teachers (SHAFT). Any employee who has been given the SHAFT will not be expected to take as much SHIT the more...

    The young mother skeptically examined a new educational toy.
    "Isn't it rather complicated for a small boy?" she asked the salesclerk.
    "It's designed to adjust the tot to live in today's world, madam," the shop assistant replied. "Any way he tries to put it together is wrong."

    The young mother skeptically examined a new educational toy.
    "Isn't it rather complicated for a small boy?" she asked the salesclerk.
    "It's designed to adjust the tot to live in today's world, madam," the shop assistant replied....
    "Any way he tries to put it together is wrong."

    The young mother skeptically examined a new educational toy."Isn't it rather complicated for a small boy?" she asked the salesclerk."It's designed to adjust the tot to live in today's world, madam," the shop assistant replied...."Any way he tries to put it together is wrong."

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