I've got an interview later this morning for an instructional assistant position. I love this district...they mean a LOT to me. This is the great district I student taught in. They are the district- despite all of the BAD NEWS that HAS been giving me interviews (it's a HUGE district..so to say I've had 4 interviews with them is understandable). I am on their Preferred Hire List...and the principals call off that list. Anyway...not going to go on and on about it. Let's just say, I will NOT burn my bridges behind me with THIS district...but I want to be/have to be realistic! (This job pays $15,500...starting salaries -1st years- are at least 34,000. I am the only breadwinner in the home.) And an instructional assistant position in July is better than nothing (welcome insurance)...but their are still fish to be caught and it's too early to pack up and head to shore. How can I TACTFULLY tell them..YES, I want the job. But I MUST also keep looking (even if hired). IS there a tactful way? SHOULD I say it at all?