Hi, everyone. Here is my (possible) dilemma. I have been applying to several districts neighboring the city where I would like to relocate. One school where I've interviewed is 40 miles away from the city. Today I decided that if I'm not offered a job within 20 miles of the city, I will try moving to another city with higher pay and more vacancies, such as Las Vegas. I still feel like I have a good shot at gaining a position within the city, too. I'm waiting to hear back from recent interviews. Last Wednesday the principal of the school with the 40 mile commute told me that he would be recommending me to the board and began collecting references, etc. I was under the impression that he would need to do this before formally offering me the position. Today I recieved a call from the school asking when I could come in to complete my pre-employment paperwork. I've never worked in a public school before, so much of this process is foreign to me. So my question is this: When the principal told me that he would be submitting my information to human resources, did I accept the job offer? Any help would be appreciated.