Okay so I talked to the superintendent's secretary over in the district where I'm supposed to be interviewing for that P job. Found out some info I'm still kinda mulling over. For one, the current principal over there is being really wishy-washy about what he's going to do. He is supposed to stay until the end of the year. The original plan was that they were going to do their interviews in late February so that by the end of the year they can at least have their ducks in a line. With him being so wishy-washy and might be leaving after the end of the semester, they're going to move their interviews up to maybe beginning of December/end of November, somewhere in that neighborhood. Which brings me to the next thing. There's three current principals, four current VPs, and one very odd science teacher interviewing for the position. And I honestly don't really feel like I'm going to have a chance. I don't exactly feel like I'm qualified standing next to them. I'm still going to go through my interview and everything, do my best but I'm going to try not to get my hopes up. Then I'm hearing alot of negative stories about their current principal. It seems like everyone that's familiar with him is basically saying he's awful. And it's making me wonder if it's him or the position or the students or what. I mean obviously coming into a new district is an interesting situation to be in, simply because everyone is quick to gossip and tell you negative stories about everyone else. Which leads me to think about just taking it with a grain of salt and letting the chips fall where they may. The other thing that is kinda bugging me is that she mentioned that there's a lot of staff complaints coming from the school. She said the teachers and everything seem disgruntled, upset, and outright ticked off. Which is also a tricky situation to be in. If, on the long shot I actually get this position, I'm worried about what I could be walking into the middle of.