I had an interview today at my son's school (it's K-9) and it's a charter school. I was highly confident going in because the school I'm teaching at currently still wants to retain me badly and is giving me a much better position for next year, plus maternity leave as long as I need, etc. Well, the charter school is much closer to home and would be a better fit for me overall. The interview was GREAT, the principal told me I did great, and I was assured I would hear something this week. I feel like the odds of getting an offer are very high. With that said, since I'm pregnant and due in August, I have some pressing concerns that I know you cannot tell me the answer to with certainty, but am still wondering what your experience is with this. For those of you who have moved from one district to another between school years, when did you lose you medical coverage from the previous district and when did the new coverage pick up? For my current district, it runs July 1-June 30 of each year, so any new hires would begin getting coverage July 1st even though they won't start working until August--their premiums will just be adjusted accordingly once they start getting paid. Is that typically the norm?