My supervising principal e-mailed me to come to her office to discuss my two informal observations. She told me they were unacceptable for multiple reasons. I do know that a lot of the reasons she gave me were valid. I have gotten lazy with my planning. Some of the things she said, however, I feel were not a fair conclusion to make after observing me two times for a total of twenty five minutes on what were probably the two worst lessons I've had over the year. I've had so many good lessons compared to the two or three bad ones that have been observed. I am trying to leave the district I'm at. I am a K-12 music teacher. I have to commute 30 miles every day during my conference period, leaving me with effectively no conference period. They are adding more and more classes for me to teach every year. I started this year K-12 at one school and K-2 at the other. After Christmas it became K-3, and I was told in this same meeting next year I would be K-5. I have one 30 minute slot with no class during the week that serves as my only planning time. What worries me is that I'm now afraid my supervisor sees me as lazy. If I'm trying to get another job and my supervisor is giving me a bad rating, I feel like I'll never be able to leave. I don't know what to do. I have four supervising principals and am hardly ever observed. I feel like I am about to have a nervous breakdown and have barely been able to stop crying since my meeting. I was told to log in to our evaluation website to see what she had posted. The only thing there were lists of everything I did wrong, right down to a complaint about my students being seated in the floor (this is not at all uncommon for Elementary music classrooms). I feel like I have ruined my chances at ever getting into a better situation unless I can show my supervisor that what she has seen is not a good indicator of my teaching abilities. I don't know what to do. I admit that I have plenty of faults. I am not a very organized planner. I can be lazy. That isn't, however, all there is to me. I guess my question is how can I turn this around? I have gotten so frustrated with this job that I haven't been trying my best. I'm afraid I've made a bad impression I can't get rid of. Any help is appreciated.