Welcome back to the grindstone
I heard last week from a city high school teacher who's feeling overwhelmed by all the paperwork she has to do. Much of this involves the students who have not yet passed their HSAs.
For every student doing projects through the Bridge Plan and/or getting extra help preparing for the tests, the school system is requiring teachers to document what assignments they do and what times the teacher works with the student. In addition, teachers have to keep track of all calls and correspondence with these students and their families, especially the seniors. That way, if a student doesn't graduate, the school can document its efforts to help.
I can understand why this is necessary, but I can also understand why it's frustrating for teachers, particularly those at schools where huge numbers of kids have yet to pass the tests.