I can't really gauge how this one went. Committee was super-neutral and one person was actually a little hostile in tone and affect. I really do not like it when people do that. I can see being neutral but, hey, a nod or something to let me know you understood? A smile doesn't hurt either, from time to time. I always make these efforts when I interview people, but it is what it is. I will know by tomorrow if I move onto the second interview. I felt that my answers were solid and I had good, real-life classroom stories and examples to back them up. However, I didn't get the reactions that I have at other interviews, so I am not sure what they thought of me. I know some people who work at the school put in a good word for me, including some parents, and one of my references is a parent at the school. So I didn't expect special treatment in any way, but perhaps a more welcoming atmosphere would be nice. I guess it wasn't meant to be, the more I think about it. I have one more interview on Monday at a small, rural school not too far from where I live. Hoping it will feel right. Otherwise, back to my old job where I will have to hope things are less toxic this year.