I had an interview for a reading position Monday and I think it went really well! It was with the P, the AP and the AIS facilitator and the P liked to talk. They asked more questions about class management than actual reading but I handled them well. It's a low income school so I think they've had issues with special area teachers not being able to 'handle' the kids. The one reading question they asked? What are the 5 elements of reading? And then the P says I'll give you one; I immediately said, no, you don't have to but he blurted out phonics and I rattled the rest off. They were literally impressed. I must have seemed shocked that they were so impressed because the P was like you'd be surprised at some of the answers we get to that question. I'm hoping that was a good sign! Here's the problem: the position is dependent on another teacher moving out of state. They are 99% positive she will be leaving but she hasn't formally resigned yet so everything is waiting on her. They said it could be a week or it could be sometime in August. UGH. How am I going to make it that long without knowing? I don't want to call because the P already seemed annoyed that he couldn't just hire someone.