This year my P told us that she was offering a new option for observations that we could choose. Typically, she schedules the observation and then schedules a post-meeting within that week. We get our formal evaluation report 24 hours before the meeting. Her "new option" was to schedule the observation and then schedule the post-meeting immediately after the lesson so it could be a true "debrief." She said she'd then include that conversation as part of the report and send us the report in 2-3 days. My P is NEVER in my room outside of my once per year formal observation, so I get nervous because it's a lot of pressure on one lesson, IMO. I decided to go with the new option because I figured it would be a way for me to get an immediate feel for how she felt about the lesson. My observation was just over two weeks ago now. In the post-meeting, she absolutely raved about the lesson, so I left feeling good about that. She told me she needed to "clean up her notes" and then she'd send me the report. I've heard nothing since then. I've checked our online evaluation system to make sure she didn't write the report and just forget to email me about it, and there is nothing there. Our contract only says that we have to meet within 10 days, and technically we did meet. I'm starting to worry that she forgot since we already met! I posted before that my P got non-renewed, so I'm sure paperwork obligations are not her priority at the moment. Part of the reason why I'm anxious to see the official report is that it's what new P will be seeing about my history at the school next year. Part of me is also worried that if too much time passes, we'll have to redo the entire process. On the other hand, I don't want to irritate my P and possibly taint what I assume will be a good evaluation. My P has always had positive things to say about me and I know she thinks I'm a good teacher, but we're not "buddies" like she is with some teachers, and I often find her difficult to read. It's hard to tell what she would get upset about. Would you say something? If so, how would you approach it?