Well I got the all important call/email that let me know my resume is competitive. Whew! It was from a school in Arctic Bay and the principal has an impressive resume of his own, including a teaching award for science teaching (intimidating!). I was being interviewed for a science/math position. I was really excited about the idea of going to such a great place.
The interview went REALLY well. It was over an hour long and they asked extra questions after they were done the 13 they had planned, which I was being graded on. However, at the end I mentioned that I was a single parent and then everything fell apart because THEY DON'T HAVE DAYCARE THERE. Honestly, it was a problem I hadn't even considered. I knew there might not be room in a daycare but never thought there might not actually be one. So the interview ended with them being disappointed and me being disappointed and I'm sad that I wont be able to work with such an amazing, successful person.
That being said, I got another email today from Pangnirtung and they want an interview as well. I feel a little better about being able to pass an interview now but still worry about the daycare issue in Nunavut. Hopefully it's not all communities. I did check out whether or not there was a daycare there and it seems like there is so that's hopeful. As long as the daycare has room, I should be OK.
So I'm packing to go on my Crazy Cross-Canada Camping Trip, selling my stuff, and hoping SO MUCH that the right call, the right interview, will come before the end of the year. I would hate to have to give my month's notice in the middle of the summer to my principal now. She is so amazing and I respect her and don't wish to make her job more difficult.