DH has accepted a job in his home town and we are moving at the end of the school year. I have already told my current job I am not returning. I am finishing up my masters in Ed Leadership and I already have a doctorate in my content area. This seems like the perfect point to get out of the classroom and move into administration. In my new town there is one large urban district with a bunch of surrounding smaller rural districts. I have had an interview to get into the admin pool at the new district. However, I didn't think it went very well as I got the impression from the interview and from subsequent knowledge that there are a lot of layers of leadership in the district and they didn't view me as all that experienced. I think would have to do my dues as a teacher this district and work up. I got asked in the interview if I was willing to teach and work for the district in whatever capacity. I said I was. When I was flying home from the pool interview I got a phone call from a principal in the district saying that she had talked to the high school supervisor and that she knew I was in town for the admin interview and if I would interview for her available teaching position before I left. She knew that I wanted admin and would take that if offered but wanted to interview for the teaching job. Unfortunately, I missed the call as my phone was in airplane mode but I called her back and left her a message telling her I had already left town and that I was interested in the teaching position. Fast forward a couple of weeks, I actually did a phone interview for the teaching position and I thought it went very well. She said district HR would let me know either way but went on to describe in detail what would happen if I were to get the job. I let her know that I would be in town for my spring break if she wanted to speak in person but she said that her previous best hire had been a phone interview. She said she would make her recommendation by the end of that week but the next week was spring break. It is now almost 2 weeks after that. The job is still on the district website. I don't know what to make of the whole experience. Was I being tested for the whole admin thing? Did I not do well in the teaching interview and will not get the job? Or is the principal at the school waiting to see if I get an admin position before offering me the job? I am very antsy as my not having a job is preventing us from buying a house right now. I know its early but this district of the surrounding ones don't have much faculty turnover. I am worried about jobs in my content area popping up.