Hi everyone! I haven't been around the forums much lately, but I'm overwhelmed by this particular problem and was wondering if someone could advise me. I am in my initial 3-year licensure period for my teaching license. I need several observations from my principal to send in to the district office. My principal hasn't completed them. The truth is that he never completed a formal observation--instead, he walked the halls observing our classrooms from afar and made notes later. My forms are due on Tuesday--unfortunately, it's Friday afternoon, so they definitely won't make it on time. My question is: what do you do when you can't get your forms in on time for reasons beyond your control? Is there any way I can protect myself from potentially losing my license? I'm beginning to panic. I've sent numerous emails to my principal with no response, and I have mentioned to him several times in person that I am waiting on my forms. He told me I would have them last Monday. That date was changed to Thursday, but I still don't have them. Advice? I sent an email to the head of HR for the district who then told me to go ahead and send one of the forms on my own, but I'm a concerned about the rest. Thanks in advance for any advice you have to offer!