She also helped me keep track of where students were. We have a program on an iPad that monitors them, and she helped me out with it.
She got a little drunk with power, though, and had to be restrained before her evil cackles became too pronounced.
I did let her dismiss the kids from dinner, and she thought that meant that she got to pick people to leave one at a time. I let her do it for a minute, because it was amusing, but then I had to override her authority.
I've decided that the key to successful work-life balance is to delegate some parts of your work to your family. That works, right?