Most teachers, whether at the high school or college level, perform duties other than teaching. Teachers often become
coaches, department chairs and committee members. Sometimes, after specialized training, teachers become division
heads and heads of school. It's much less common for teachers to transition to roles far removed from teaching, like
office staff. The Communications Director is usually not a teacher, nor is the Director of Development.
School Organization, Part II
At Gables Point High School, the Receptionist is on maternity leave and her friend Brenda, a teacher, is filling in for her. She's
happy to be working in the Front Office because she gets to see her friend Emily G., who worked her way up from English
Department Chair to Director of Communications.
Which is the school employee who is most likely not a teacher?