I had my "meeting" (or 2nd interview) with the Superintendent last night. I felt it went really well. We actually pulled in the parking lot at the same time so we started chatting right away and started off on a good note. She asked a few questions - MUCH easier than the interview committee asked! Then explained that there had been 135 applicants, 20 first interviews and now she is meeting with the "top group" for the 4 open positions and didn't say how many were in the top group. She said she hopes to make a decision by the first week in June. I know all districts (and states) are different, but how many of you know of the schools where the Superintendent makes the final decision? I would think that the principal and teachers I would be working with would make that decision since it affects them directly. Some people have told me that I really have already been chosen for one of the positions and that this is just a "screening" to be sure that the Super. thinks I would be a good fit to the district. I don't want to get my hopes up by thinking that though! Have any of you gone through a similar experience? The wait is going to be the death of me!