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Byline: Antoinette Konz
Nov. 21--Dorothy Lee-Hudson carries lesson plans with her and often has different learning activities ready to go at a moment's notice.
When she gets the call that a teacher has come down with the flu or needs some time off from work, Lee-Hudson is ready to go. A former full-time teacher, she is often available every day of the week, but principals have learned to call her as early as possible because she keeps a scheduling book and it fills up pretty quickly.
Because of a systemwide shortage, Lee-Hudson is one of a handful of substitute teachers that Montgomery Public Schools has come to call upon on a daily basis. This past week, she was a sub at Booker T. Washington Magnet High School, Bellingrath Junior High School and …