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Old 01-23-2020, 08:03 AM
 
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To answer your question, no, I don't think you're being silly.
I'd definitely be curious too since it sounds like you're not the typical candidate they'd go out of their way to ask to interview.
There could be a couple of things going on: one is there's something going on at the school that's weird or makes it hard to fill that position. Two, maybe they have to do a certain number of interview slots and maybe they asked you to interview so they'd have enough people to interview without seriously intending to hire you. (Happened to me.) Third, maybe there's nothing wrong! Maybe they're having a hard time filling the position and think you might be a good candidate. We have had to hire three teachers midyear and it was rough. Even though maybe not the ideal candidate, they're having to look for an experienced teacher to fill the need.
Do you know how they got your name? Had you interviewed there before or do you have friends who work there?
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