Thank Goodness!!! Its a great school and position, and it falls within my driving distance. Whoop! I began subbing this week, which is great experience. But, boy will I be glad once I have my own classroom! Subbing, in my humble opinion, is so much harder than actual teaching even though you don't have to plan lessons. You are pretty much at the mercy of the other teacher's rules and expectations. Anyhow, I haven't had a job interview since the beginning of the summer, and I am way out of practice. PLEASE refresh me! Mainly, I do not know exactly what I am supposed to ask when the interviewer asks if I have any questions. All I really know for certain is not to discuss pay at this point. Any suggestions are much appreciated. THANKS!