I have an interview Monday with a district adjacent to the one I attended as a child. The situation is that the district has two music teachers, a husband and wife pair, who have covered all of their music instruction for the last 15-ish years. Now they're adding a position because of enrollment growth and new regs on instructional time in music. The P told me that the interview will be with her, the AP, and the wife. Here's my question: Should I mention that I know the current teachers' daughter? Just a casual, "What's L up to?" type of thing. I did a few community theater shows with one of their kids almost a decade ago. I'm torn between using it to support that I can fit in with their culture and it coming off as a stretch and trying too hard. I know I'm possibly overthinking, but this job could work out really well for me. I've been job sniped locally at least twice before by people who had better connections, so I'm tempted to name-drop if it might edge me over another candidate. On one hand, I would prefer if my qualifications were enough, but on the other, I want this job.