I've been emailing my cover letter and resume to principals of schools I would like to work at in the districts i've applied for, but I think I may have better luck hand-delivering now that school is about to let out. I've had a few responses via email but all were that they'd keep my info if anything comes up. When hand-delivering, do you think I should just keep it simple and only take a copy of my resume and cover letter for the principal, or should I put some kind of large envelope together with other things included? One of the districts I've applied for doesn't ask for letters of recommendation, and instead uses an electronic system that takes a survey from your references. So I figured they wouldn't want me to include those, unless it would just be good to anyway. I also have a portfolio I would take to interviews, so I didn't think I'd need to send copies of anything in there either. However, I'd like to know what you guys suggest. Any advice? Also any advice on how to approach the principals/school offices about dropping off resumes? I've never had to do this before!