Teachers love it when the office calls and asks them to have little Mickey's or Minnie's homework for one or two weeks ready at the end of the day; especially if they are going on vacation. And they love it even more when the children get back and they have to grade it, and not to mention trying to catch little Mickey or Minnie up with the class. The best thing is that usually Mickey and Minnie love to tell their classmates about their vacation at the most inappropriate times.
I know most parents wouldn't care if the teacher took a couple weeks off in January or February to go to Walt Disney World to get away from the cold and snow--would they? Who cares about school anyway? The teachers don't teach anymore, or care for the children. All they are interested in is their big paychecks (most teachers make at least $100,000 a year) and four months of vacation they get every year. As they say, "Those that can do; does that can't teach!"
"The greatest happiness in life is the conviction that we are loved - loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves." --Victor Hugo