Hey, friends! I hope you are all doing well! I have an interview Thursday. Next year will only be my second year teaching, and I love current position, but I drive an hour and am looking for something closer. Anyway, when I interviewed last year, I had my "portfolio". This contained lessons, letters of recommendations from teachers and mentors, transcripts, etc. Now that I have a little bit of teaching experience, I am wanting to change things up a bit. I always feel like principals aren't going to have time to flip through a 200-page portfolio and look at everything. I was thinking of just including the following things in a black binder. I wanted your opinion. They wouldn't necessarily go in this order. -Resume and cover letter (in front pocket) -Observation scores from the year -A sample of the different student data that I use to plan instruction (with name whited out) -Letters of recommendation -Two sample lesson plans from this past year -My typed teaching philosophy -An example of an assessment I would make using my standard based grading assessment format and an explanation of my converted grading scale that is aligned with state testing -A list of my volunteer/leadership experience with my current school (I was thinking a one page list) Now, I didn't go through the interview process a whole lot last summer, so I'm not sure if this sounds like enough (or maybe too much)? Any advice of things to add or remove?