I have an interview at the Goddard School on Monday. It is a new one opening in my area that has just started hiring teachers. I am totally confused on how to feel about it. This is my second year subbing. To be quite honest, I hate it most days. I absolutely of course love the kids, but hate the day-to-day, being a babysitter, not feeling like I'm making a difference, wanting my own classroom, etc. My biggest issue right now is the pay. I simply can't afford to sub anymore. No guarantee of hours, trying to keep track of all the different pay rates, retirement taxes taken out, etc. At this point, my bills are almost equal to what I'm making. And that's not including extras or emergencies. And I've tried the babysitting/tutoring route- right now I just haven't been able to find anything that I can do that fits with my subbing schedule- I've applied to everything I see. I know I won't make much more than subbing at the GS. I don't plan on considering it unless they offer me $12/hour at least. I have my Bachelor's, teaching cert., and Master's (just got that). I know many people have posted before about the Goddard School, but I wondered if anyone has any recent experience with it. I've heard good and bad! If it seems at all close to a daycare I won't be giving it a second thought. But if I'm able to teach preschool or Kindergarten, I am really considering it at the moment. Any thoughts would be appreciated!