Sending paperwork to Asst. Superintendent

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  1. Xgomenara9

    Xgomenara9 Rookie

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    Jul 23, 2007

    Hello everyone!

    Okay...I interviewed with a district for kids with autism..for a teacher's aide position. Well, they said they would call in two weeks and didn't. Now, the prinicpal wrote me an email asking me about how many credits i have towards my master's and that she was going to send my paperwork to the Asst. Superintendent.


    Is this a sign I got the job?
     
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  3. Lovetoteachkids

    Lovetoteachkids Comrade

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    Could be. Call HR and ask!
     
  4. Xgomenara9

    Xgomenara9 Rookie

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    See I don't want to be a total bother. I think it is a good sign...but do Principals usually forward paperwork to the Asst. Superintendent?
     
  5. Xgomenara9

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    so what does everyone think?
     
  6. UCLACareerChngr

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    Call them and ask. No one will think you are bothering them...you need to know what is going on.
     

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