Hello everyone. I received a promising email from the director after I sent her my undergraduate transcripts. She told me that she thoroughly enjoyed the interview and will get back to me very soon. I hope that this means I am considered for the position. Although the position schedule is similar to public school, the months we are off we will not get paid. If I can remember correctly the director explained that we will receive a slip that says we are laid off where we can apply for workers comp during those months. My question is how much does workers compensation pay out a month? I am living in the state of Georgia and I am not sure about the worker's comp laws I have heard varying answers. Some say a lot and others say not so much. I also asked about the age range of the students and they range from 3-5 years old. I feel like that is too much of an age difference for a classroom. I am hoping she meant 3-4 and a half years old. It also looks like I will be spending the majority of my time planning for differentiation and documenting during planning. Teachers are not allowed to take work home. Everything must be done within the two hour planning period. The job reminds me so much of social service which was a previous career. I will have to conduct developmental screenings, follow IEPs, and also do home visits. I hope I get this job. I need to be closer to where I live and networking with others in the city.