Asking questions shows that you are truly interested in the position and the community, and that you have taken the time to do some research. Not only will asking questions show your interest in the school, but learning all you can about the position and the district will help you decide if the position is a good fit for you also.
Things you might ask could include questions about the after school and community athletics programs, art or music clubs, and chess or academic clubs, especially if you've noted that the district excels in a particular activity.
You could ask how involved the school is with the community, what kinds of programs they participate in (for example, students getting credit for working at the local soup kitchen), especially if you plan to move there.
More Interview Questions to Ask the Interviewer
Take the time to ask questions that will clarify the job requirements, your work schedule, the flexiblity of the position, and anything else that would help you decide whether you would want the job if it were offered to you. Here are more questions you can ask the interviewer.
More Interview Questions and Answers
Typical job interview questions, plus sample answers you can use to practice for a job interview.
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