ternimology help!

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    chava_1908 Rookie

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    Hello everybody, what does it mean when the principal says you have the recommendation for a job and that he's going to bat for you today? why do the principal, personnel director, and the board have to vote on whether I'm hired? since he's going to bat for me when should I hear about his homerun? when should I make contact to see the outcome? SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP ME!!!! :confused:
     
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    czacza Multitudinous

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    Most districts have the superintendant and school board approve all hires. If the principal is going to bat for you, it sounds like he is going to highly recommend your employment. It sounds good for you. You should hear soon depending on when the board is scheduled to meet (usually less often in the summer but probably at least once a month) You might want to call the principal's office, thnk him for his confidence and ask when the board might be making a decision.
     
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    czacza, thanks so much for your words of encouragement! i feel better and i'll let everybody know how it turns out!
     

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