I am a 3rd year teacher, and am serving my 2nd year in this district. (I believe) I stayed very much under the radar last year, and would consider myself the "Yes Man" of my current school site. At the beginning of last school year, there was a shortage of textbooks (I teach Science and Social Studies for 3 classes) that I noticed about 2 days before the Williams visit. I attempted to notify my assistant principal over the phone several times, and received no response. The day before, I finally broke down and contacted my Principal, and she said she would pass the message along to the A.P.. The morning of the visit, my A.P. collected books from another school site. This seemingly did not change/affect anything, as my initial supply was sufficient. I was told (off the record) I only needed one book for each child, or three sets of books-- not four like I had been told by another teacher. My Admins never discussed this with me again, and never told me how many books I was expected to have. Fast forward to a few days ago... My A.P. made an announcement at the end of the staff meeting about the upcoming visit and that she would be checking-in with everyone tomorrow, and then she singled me out in front of my colleagues, and asked if we were going to have another catastrophe like last year. (I believe) I said I was handling it, or something to that effect. She then instructed my GLC to check-in on that. All teachers received an email that stated they needed 32 books for each class. I knew I had that number, and was more concerned about finding all of the accompanying studyguides as they had only delivered 8 of those to my room (for a caseload of 96+ students) before the 1st week of school. The next morning after the staff meeting, I decided to recount my books just in case-- I still had what I needed, but was still bothered that I didn't have a 4th set for both subjects, so I emailed the librarian like we were asked to do. About 90min. later, my A.P. made her visit to ensure nothing was amiss for the Williams visit. At my door, she asked me what my problem/deal was with these books, and if I had learned anything from last year. She brushed past me, and said she wanted to get a look at this mess. I tried to explain to her that I had more than enough books for the three classes of students I teach, but didn't know if I was expected to have an in-class set for my two subjects. She cut me off and told me repeatedly, and told me to stop worrying about the 4th set of books. My Principal then walks in to do our daily student count. My A.P. then turns to me and told me she finds it is ridiculous that these books aren't numbered (they are, and have been re-numbered on every visible surface for ~90% of my books), and then told me how she wants them marked, and that I better have all 192+ books re-numbered/marked within the next hour, and that she would be back to make sure I completed this task correctly. It took me about two and a half hours (all recess, and 80% of my lunch) to finish re-numbering all of the books needed for inspection, and she never came back to check. I stopped by the office on my way to lunch to apologize for the misunderstanding, and she happened to be sitting in the attendance chair. She called out to me in front of the office and asked if I had done what she asked me to do, to which I assured her I had. She then said she "didn't feel like walking all the way back to my room to check," so she asked my GLC to check and make sure I had done exactly what she asked. He never came to check, and told me he trusted me. The following day, I had a chance to speak with my Principal about what happened, and was left feeling worse than I had when I walked in. I apologized repeatedly for the mess, acknowledged that I understood how important the visit is, and then told her my A.P.'s approach made me feel uncomfortable, and that it seemed off. She semi-muttered under her breath that she would have approached me privately, but did not waiver in her support for the V.P.. She then told me it was brought to her attention that I had not been doing my daily attendance (an email I received from my A.P. hours after the textbook incident), to which I specified my digital attendance was done on time, but that my absence verification folder had been late (embarassingly) just about every day this week. The A.P. says it needs to be in NLT 8:15am, but the Principal and attendance clerk say it needs to be in by 8:30am. I forgot to send it in the day I had to number my books within the hour, and was late the day I had library (which I have from 8am-8:50am). I try very hard to be on time for this, and told her I was embarassed to hear I am the only one not turning it in on time-- which I know for a fact is not true. Overall, I felt no support from her, and she focused more on the attendance folder than my initial concern of being treated unprofessionally, and being reprimanded in front of my students-- lest we forget the threatening part as well. On the whole, I am frustrated by this, and am concerned this could impact my evaluation this year, which would determine if I stay in this district, and if I will be tenured. I don't intend to stay in this district forever, but would certainly prefer not being dismissed so early in my career. I have been working incredibly hard on my instructional approach and curriculum, and will definitely improve with the textbooks and attendance folder-- all of which was relayed to my Principal during our discussion, to which her response was simply, "Ok." I really don't want to file anything on my A.P., but I feel this needs to be documented if she gives me a bad eval this year. Any advice?