This past weekend I received a job offer for a start up charter school. I was not looking for a new job (although I do want one due to my long commute). My father in law happened to know the head of this new school and mentioned my name. She immediately called me and we essentially interviewed and she feels I'm perfect for the job. It is a combo virtual classroom/actual classroom. Basically, it's a way to supplement home school students from 2nd-8th grade. I would meet them at "school" Tuesday & Wednesday, and the other three days would be checking in virtually, although there may be time where I'll meet with students who need additional support. It pays the same as public school in the area, and one concern was what happens to my position if they don't have enough enrollment. She said that I still am employed and paid..not sure what that looks like. I guess my question is-does anyone have experience with a class set up like that? With a combo of in class & virtual learning? I still need more information from her, and it'll be a pretty big decision if I leave the school I'm at. I feel wary about this job offer, especially because she was so apt to offer it after only 30 minutes of talking on the phone...but I also don't want to just shrug it off either. I would love to have more flexibility in my schedule (more time with my son), and it would be a much better commute-however if I have to drive around to each child's house the other three days, it may not be a better commute than I currently have... I am meeting with her in person, as well as other members of the board/admin of this program. They use OdysseyWare as their virtual curriculum, but the in class stuff I create on their own. Can anyone give me any advice or insight into this type of program? Or helpful follow up questions to ask when I meet?