June 10, 2008 at 12:11 pm Leave a comment

En route to Kinko’s last night my phone decided to tell me that I had a voice mail. It had been recorded at about 2:30 PM; seven hours had passed.

The voice mail was from the principal of a very good junior high school about twenty minutes from my home, in Urban School District. She asked me to come in for an interview for a ninth grade English position.

I called back and will be going in for an interview tomorrow at 4:30, which means that I either need to really zip out of here or arrange to leave a little early…

The thing is, based on the system and the district and everything, I’m really excited to have gotten a phone call so early in the summer. This must mean that I was very highly rated! Bodes well for the future, regardless of what happens with this particular position.



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