My supervisor just told me yesterday that she has applied to another job at another school. This is the woman who said I was fat a few weeks ago and made me cry. She treats me well and acts like my best friend one day and then she stabs me in the back and treats me like dirt the next. So now she may be leaving. Interestingly enough, the job she applied for is the one that I wanted. It is for a counseling secretary working at a high school just down the street from us. It is an eleven month job, which is currently what I am looking for. Right now I have a ten month job so that means two months of no work and no money. It is hard on me financially. I would love to have just one month of summer vacation to spend with my kids and work the rest of the year. Plus the salary is higher than what I am getting now. Only problem is the job requires you to be bilingual. So I don't qualify and I was really bummed out when I found out I couldn't apply. My supervisor applied for the job several weeks ago without telling anybody. To get hired for any job in the district you have to go through math and english placement testing and score in the top three to be considered for an interview. Once you get hired, if you apply for another position down the road you have to test all over again. It's going to be a pain in the butt for me when I apply to another job sooner or later, but I passed with flying colors the first time around so I know I can do it again. Anyway, my supervisor got the call yesterday telling her she scored in the top three. So she goes for her panel interview on Monday. One of the interviewers is the old principal from our school. He transferred over to the other school about three years ago. When he was at our school he absolutely loved my supervisor. Most men do seeing as she's a smoking hot blonde with a perfect body and perfect size daughter's. She dresses perfectly and looks great despite just turning 50 awhile ago. I have a feeling she is going to get the job. Two other candidates will also be interviewed. The panel then votes on who they would like to hire. Since my supervisor already has an in with the principal there and he will be a part of the panel, I really think she is going to get the job. I am really hoping she does. I can't take her fake niceness and mean comments any longer. And then there's the silent treatments. If I do something wrong I get the silent treatment for weeks. I will be happy not to have to contend with it any longer. Unfortunately I cannot go after her job. Boy do I ever wish I could. She gets paid more for doing less work. Her job is super easy. Way easier than mine. But her position also requires you to be bilingual. I don't even come close. I have been at this school for seven years now and I've picked up quite a bit of spanish, but not enough to have full blown conversations with people. I know some of y'all may think I'm terrible for saying this, but it really burns me up the one has to learn a whole other language just to be considered for certain jobs. These parents I work with have been in America for about fifteen years. They still can't speak a word of English. They allow their English speaking kids to translate for them. It's not fair to people like me who deserve raises and promotions. But it is what it is. So wish me luck with her. I am hoping to come back in September to find a newer, nicer person in her place.