Hi everyone! I wanted to share my interview experience with a particular district and ask for your opinions on what my chances are of getting this job. I applied for this teaching position online and received a call that I am recommended for a screening interview. I went in and did the screening interview. It was with 2 principals from the school district and they just asked 4-5 questions. The next day I received a call from Human Resources saying that I am recommended for a follow up interview, where I would teach a demo lesson. I did the demo lesson in front of the 3 potential principals who were looking to hire. It went really well and they gave really positive feedback. About a week later I received a call from one of the principals asking permission to contact my current employer. I hesitated at first because my current employer thinks I am coming back for the school year and the principal said something along the lines of, "I don't know how human resources would feel about me not contacting a current employer." I ended up giving her permission to call my employer who I teach with this summer (different from my employer during the school year) and she was fine with that. About an hour later I received a call from Human Resources saying that I have been recommended for an interview with the superintendent. What do you think my chances are? Since I have an interview with the superintendent, does that mean I already have the job and it is just a formality thing? Or do you think it's down to me and a few other applicants? It is very difficult to get into a school district where I'm from, especially for a younger teacher, so I'm really excited about this possibility and would love love love this opportunity.