"submersion" meaning "will you initially be busy enough to hone your skills, gain valuable experience, establish a clientele base etc?..." other than sitting around the school all day, waiting for a walk-up student/customer who may or may not be seious about their training/looking for just an intro flight, wants to only do a sight seeing flight, etc...
i haven't investigated but, are they 61 or 141? if 141, all of the marketing/recruitment should be intact in order to attract new students, and you should be kept busy if they're doing their job.
as far as recruiting new students, "The Savvy Flight Instructor" is always a good read. but if part of your job is "recruitment" make sure that they have some sort of compensation program in place for your efforts. if not, avoid 'em like the plague, as you are only being taken advantage of, as some schools most likely do.