I had my 2nd interview today (the first one was a month ago at a job fair). But I don't think this interview went very well. To start, I showed up at the school (which is a lovely school, by the way) and they put me in a room with a principle from another elementary school and then the vice principle from the school that I thought I was interviewing with came in. I wasn't prepared to talk to a principal from another school. I didn't know he was going to be there. When the lady at the district office set up this interview, she didn't mention anything. I guess I shouldn't have assumed... They didn't really ask me any questions. I think they only asked who I interviewed with at the job fair. I told them a little about myself. Showed them some work I did with students from student teaching and that was it. They told me about the grade openings they would possibly be having and what I was interesting in teaching. I love teaching and told them I was flexible...and I really am flexible...I would be happy teaching any grade- K-5th. Maybe I shouldn't say I'm flexible? Should I be telling them exactly what grade? Again, any grade would be fine with me. I figured since it's my first teaching job, the more flexible, the better? Right? Then the principal from the other school said that he would be interviewing during the week only (I flew up from Southern California to the Silicon Valley to interview for this job), I told them that was fine, let me know and I can fly up again. The whole interview took only fifteen minutes. I didn't know what else to do or say. I feel like I really blew it. I feel dumb and upset. I'm going to send thank you cards to both people. Is there anything I can do to salvage this?