So here's an update.
I think it went well, but I got a little nervous (not sure why, I don't get nervous usually). I think the other interview went better, but that P never called, so we can't really go about that...
There were 3 people asking questions; they were good questions. Mostly about classroom management, motivation, and at-risk students. I guess they wanted to know if the applicant even knows about the students. These questions I can answer, teaching-strategy questions would leave me tongue tied.
So who knows?
The good news is they actually have 2 positions. Both are full time + benefits. 1 is a contract for the remaining of this year and next year. (English - this wasn't disclosed in the posting, it's funny that it's the same as my credential. Hopefully a good sign). The other one is only through the rest of this year, so it's short term. Whether it would be renewed it would depend on attendance numbers (juvenile hall).
They said the numbers have been up, but they couldn't promise anything. (this position is similar to what I was doing in my LTS, the curriculum would be flexible, because they already have the core teachers).
I did let them know that I would be interested in either of the positions.
I overheard them saying that they had 38 applicants. (not sure if that's how many they interviewed (not likely) or that's how many applied). But it's not a large number.
When I came home last night (9 pm, had been up since 4:30 am, drove 700 miles, tired and my body sore from sitting for 12 hours) I sent all 3 of them a thank you email. Luckily I remembered everyone's name, and looked up their contact info. I personalized each email and included something specific about our interaction. I was able to recall at least 1 comment, or 1 reaction to an answer from me, and elaborated. I think the letters turned out good.
I saw online that you're supposed to reiterate a lot of things, but I thought it would be too much, but also a simple thank you would be too short.
So I made it a little personal, but professional. Who knows, it might make the difference, or not matter at all.