Hey everyone. I have been working as a long-term sub in an earth science II/astronomy class in an inner-city school. Last week, they asked me if I would like to interview for another position with this school (a biology one, yay!) that would start in January. While I'm sad at the thought of leaving these kids that I've finally bonded with, I am excited about a potential full-time, benefited position (living paycheck to paycheck is not fun). My only concern is that I've never landed a teaching job from an interview before. The few that I went to I was passed over for applicants with more experience or the positions were filled internally (I live in a rural area and commute to the city right now). I had applied to this school district over the summer, but the computer system glitched on my application and no one at the school board was able to access it (talk about bad luck, right?). So, I'm understandably nervous about it. I've been with the school for a while and I know my administrators very well, so that's definitely a bonus. I also really understand the (usually crazy) dynamic of the school. Other than that, I'm at a total loss. What do I wear? My interview is before the school day starts, so do I pull out the suit and wear it all day or do I wear clothes that I normally would for a day of teaching? What kind of questions should I expect? What were the most random questions you ever got at interviews? All of the interviews I have been on have given at least one question that threw me off my game a little bit. I'm also a very anxious person, (I have untreated generalized anxiety disorder) so any tips on how to keep calm would be appreciated! Sorry if this is in the wrong place; I'm just freaking out a tiny bit.