Alright. So I taught last year at a school that was a little crazy but had a GREAT staff. My team and P were amazing. I left because I had an opportunity to move to Mexico for a year (something I'd been wanting to do for a while), which did not work out - I came back after 2.5 months. Since I returned to the States after the school year had started, I missed all the full time positions and have been subbing. It's fine; it's not ideal. So I looked at the district site and saw that my school from last year has an opening for an intervention tutor - it's not a certified position, but it is full time. It was posted in May, so I'm not even entirely sure it's still open, but I want to email the P just in case, and to let her know I've applied. I also get really self-conscious about emails, so my greetings in them feel awkward and forced every time. My emails to her last year alternated between "Mrs. Lastname" and "Firstname" because I can't for the life of me get comfortable calling her either one - Last name feels too formal, first name feels too informal. So someone please put me out of my misery - how do I write this email?