So... Officially, I have not signed a contract for this year (2019/2020). I received one, but my pay adjustment was processed without my contract being updated, and theoretically HR is going to adjust my contract to match that. I'm waiting to sign until that happens, because I don't actually trust them to not drop my pay back down if I sign the contract with the wrong class level on it. But anyway, I would consider myself as being under contract. However. I am looking for a new job next year. Another district posted for anticipated openings for the 2020/2021 year. I haven't resigned yet or told my P I'm looking to leave; it's still early in the year, but I plan on letting her know I'm looking for another job before I submit my application in the next couple weeks. The problem is that the application asks 2 things I don't actually know how to answer: 1. When does your contract expire? (I have no clue; it doesn't say on my contract. I assume it would be either the date I put on my resignation letter OR when I would get my last paycheck, which would be the end of July). 2. Have you resigned your current contract for the upcoming year? (I feel like this is just worded weirdly. Once I submit a letter of resignation, I'd answer yes, but right now it's a "not yet" and I don't want to resign officially until I get an offer.) Will it look bad to answer "no" to question 2? I don't want to do anything to hinder my odds of getting hired, but I also don't want to be without a job next year because I resigned so early in the year.