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When considering the budget, what three things are your top priority?

What is your discipline philosophy, and what do you do to make sure you're consistant?

What to you do to support new teachers so that they are familiar with all the expectations and procedures?

I've had many months to consider what I'll ask to make sure that I am not jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
I went to my first interview today. They seemed impressed, and I too, was rather impressed myself. I was asked what I want/expect from team mates and the administration. I'm pretty happy to have been asked about that in addition to questions about my teaching. I'd be teaching 4th or 1st grade, I'm prefering 4th grade right now- but I could do 1st grade as well.

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Hooray to the Rae Rae!

Sounds good to me. Let's keep our fingers crossed. (See, I told you so!)

I have some questions for people who interview me, too!

"If you were a body part in my freezer, which one would you be?"

"What would you do if you won five dollars in the lottery?"

"Why did the chicken cross the road?"

If they get the answers right, I'll work for them. If not, they can hit the road.