Hello Wonderful Teachers! I recently applied for a position at a local high school district and I want to make sure I stand out while they go through the applications since Social Studies positions usually receive a lot of applicants. I wasn't sure how to appropriately do this. The application was submitted on Friday and it closes tomorrow. I was going to email the principal tomorrow but I also read something that said fax your information (resume and cover letter) on Monday morning so they get it when they check the machine. Is that too much? If not, what should I include in my fax? I also heard to send the e-mail to Assistant Principals as well. Is that recommended? This is the subject line I was thinking about using: Triple Endorsed Applicant for the Social Studies Vacancy I was also thinking I should make the body of the email into bullet points for easier reading but I wasn't sure if that would make it less professional. My thought is a list of qualifications is easier to read than paragraphs. I truly appreciate all the help I can get! I feel so lost on how to do this. My main questions are: 1. Is too much to fax a packet to the school as well as sending an email? If that is okay, what should I send? 2. Should I include AP's on the email to the principal? 3. How should I format my e-mail? Paragraphs or bullet points. 4. Should I fax and send the email same day?