Alright. Tomorrow is the big day I'm trying to come up with my questions to ask. 1. How is collaboration encouraged? Is it required? Do teachers initiate it? Common Plan times? (I always ask about collaboration, but depending on the questions in the interview, I phrase it differently.) 2. I noticed that you are proposing a technology bond in November. How does the district plan on spending that money? (I normally ask about technology, but they have a $36,000,000 bond being voted on in November, so I thought it would be good to work it into my question.) 3. What about xx school district are you proudest of? (Thanks to the member [can't remember who] that suggests this. I've only ever used it once and it was in a small town. This district has 9 elementaries, but I think I'm going to pull it back out.) 4. Besides your recent budget deficit, what challenges is xx school district facing? (Appropriate to comment of the budget deficit? It is silly for them to comment on it since I already know. Plus, by knowing they have a deficit, aren't I showing that I keep up with their district?) Any other suggestions? The principal who has been the contact person for me is new to the district. I actually emailed him last year at his old district. I began the interview asking him if he used to work in the other district. He took over for a P that was publicly non-renewed. BIG article in the big newspaper about it. They were accusing her of the mistreatment of students and staff. Is it appropriate to ask him if there is a moral issue at his school and how he plans to rectify it? Or should I steer clear of the subject? I want to appear informed, but since he will be just one P on the panel, I'm not sure.