Have you called principal after an interview with questions?

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  1. Lovetoteachkids

    Lovetoteachkids Comrade

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    Jul 19, 2007

    At an interview Wed, the principal encouraged me to call him with any questions I came up with that I forgot to ask. He was really sincere about it and said please don't hesitate. I sent a really nice thank you e-mail to him that he would've gotten today. I was planning to call tomorrow to reiterate my interest and ask things about teacher induction, mentoring, and grade level/departmental meetings...all things I didn't think to ask. Do you think this will up my chances?

    And should I still pop a thank you card in the mail as well? Or is that too redundant since I already sent the e-mail?
     
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  3. Xgomenara9

    Xgomenara9 Rookie

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    Jul 19, 2007

    If your thank you letter was pretty formal in the email..I wouldn't send another one. As for the any questions bit, I think that if he/she wasn't interested, he/she wouldn't have told you to call. Also, this lets them know that you are still interested and persistent.

    If he/she said to call to indicate if you are still interested, he/she wants to know if you still want the job and to think about it before calling. That's what happened to me.
     

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