Hi folks!! I am working a long-term sub position (kindergarten) until June. I was offered the position in January but never signed a contract or formally discussed what my expectations and responsibilities were. I accepted the position during a ten-minute meeting with the principal and hit the ground running. I do pretty much everything the other teachers do. Although it has been very challenging, I love what I do! This experience has served to confirm my desire to be a great and inspiring teacher. I would love to become part of the staff in this school. I was thinking of requesting a short meeting with the principal to discuss my performance and to express my interest in future positions. I am not sure if the teacher I am subbing for is going to return in the fall (no one talks about it)...I heard she was "encouraged" to retire. Is it even a good idea to request a meeting with the principal? If it is, how do I go about making this meeting constructive and positive? I want to make a good impression and give off the right vibe but I am a little uncertain about the appropriate questions and topics to bring up. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks a million!!!