I posted another thread about there finally being a position posted for a school in my area. I was interviewed last year by the principal and was granted a second interview with the superintendent, but didn't get the job. Now they have a position posted again and I want it bad! I sent an application packet to the principal last week to express my interest before there was a position posted and then when I saw the position I sent all of my paperwork to the superintendent (where it's supposed to go). The position (along with several others for h.s. and m.s.) were just posted yesterday and the deadline is Monday! I want these people to know how badly I want this position so I'm sending another letter with a copy of my resume to the principal. Here's the letter. What do you think? Dear Mr. C****, I recently sent my resume and licensure information to you along with a letter expressing my interest in a position at your school. I did this before I saw that there were available positions posted on the ****** Community Schools website and in the Standard Times. After seeing the positions posted, I sent an application packet to Dr. ****, but I want to once again express my interest directly to you as well. I am very interested in the grades three-four looping teacher position. I am currently teaching third grade at the ******* Christian Academy and have enjoyed it immensely. I have also had the opportunity to teach in fourth grade classrooms in the past during my student teaching and during a long-term substitute position I held last school year. I feel very comfortable teaching at both grade levels and feel as though looping with a class from third to fourth grade would be a wonderful experience that would be beneficial to me as well as my students. I greatly appreciated being interviewed by you, the interview committee, and also Dr. **** last summer. I hope to be given the same opportunity this year as well. Thank you again for your time and I look forward to speaking with you in the near future.