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As of a few hours ago, I *might* be taking a job at a private homeschool academy teaching a girls' choir class once a week. I'm totally excited about the possibility, but it would pay almost nothing, and it would take more time out of my week since this is a brand new program with no established curriculum or anything like that. They're expecting me to teach the girls how to sing, how to read music, and do 2 concerts this year. It's a mixed age, very tiny group. It's been 10 years since I've even been in a classroom environment (other than church, but that's preschoolers... these girls would be tween-ish). I hope it works out. They offered the job to someone else before I even knew there was an opening, so she would get dibs. They think she's not interested, though.
*edit* The other teacher decided she wanted the job after all, and dh said he didn't want me taking it (before we knew the other one accepted), because it would pay too little to be worth it. He's probably right, but it would've been fun.