Ms. Kat, I could not fathom the depth of your predicament; you must have signed a Binding Agreement with that institution that clearly states the provision of your employment, including the consequences if you put the institution on a difficult situation of finding your replacement in such short of a time. An educational institution follows a strict standard of employing teaching professionals, such as conducting a ranking, practical tests, demonstration and other concommitant procedures prior to employment proper; sad to say, they are really disappointed, notwithstanding your medical condition. You may need a real Lawyer at this particular case; this is a serious case of unprofessionalism that put the institution in the disadvantage side, and they may at their own right and previlege petition the Professional Regulations Commission's Board of Professional Teachers. The most possible scenario is that, the school will write a complaint adressed to FAITH M. BACHILLER, Chairman
with Cc: to JESUS L. NIEVES, Member and REYNALDO T. PEÑA, Member via School Liason, and a formal hearing will be scheduled pertaining to the accusations made by the Institution against your person. Teaching is a very Noble Profession, yet you will always be associated with Educational Institutions, therefore, each parties are married to each other, any breach to both parties are deemed Matters of Legal in Nature if the aggrieved party will cosider as such.