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Our district spokesperson is retiring in December. I emailed our superintendent and asked about the job. I never thought in a million year I would get a reply. Well, he asked when he could come to my school and visit with me about this position. What are the qualifications for a district spokesperson? Should I tell my principal why the supt. is coming over to visit me at the building? I really don't know what to prepare for this conversation. I have taught for 32 years. 8 years in the district that I am currently teaching. I am trying to decide whether I should retire or not. I am not ready to quit working so I thought maybe a different job in the district. Please advise.

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Teacherbee_4 10-25-2011 06:29 PM

I'm not sure about the job description, but in terms of if you should tell you principal, I would. I think it is good to keep him/her in the loop. However, that is coming from someone who has a VERY supportive and AWESOME principal. He'd be okay with it and would encourage me...but I don't know your principal!

klarabelle 10-24-2011 03:14 PM

I don't have an answer but I have used google to find job descriptions when helping my nieces with resumes. Look under School District Spokersperson.
Good Luck with the job interview.

jonesey6 10-24-2011 02:35 PM

Our district spokesperson is retiring in December. I emailed our superintendent and asked about the job. I never thought in a million year I would get a reply. Well, he asked when he could come to my school and visit with me about this position. What are the qualifications for a district spokesperson? Should I tell my principal why the supt. is coming over to visit me at the building? I really don't know what to prepare for this conversation. I have taught for 32 years. 8 years in the district that I am currently teaching. I am trying to decide whether I should retire or not. I am not ready to quit working so I thought maybe a different job in the district. Please advise.




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