Made the call to HR today and found out that they can liquidate my 401k in about two business days. It's a paperless exercise, thank goodness, but I do have to wait until I'm actually off the payroll, so I believe I'll give notice at the end of July. After I get the last paycheck for that month I'll use about a third of my 401k to pay off my two credit cards, my line of credit (which can then die in a fire) and cope with whatever expenses I have between the end of my time at the EBN and my first paycheck from whoever hires me. I ought to know by August who that's going to be and where they are. There are apparently a lot of schools out in the rural part of Virginia looking for teachers (not just Smithfield High in Isle of Wight County, although that would still be a cool place to teach imho) so I'm not too worried about finding a job. This may be excessively optimistic of me, but we'll see. My pension isn't so much of a big deal - I've got 90 days to deal with that, and it can wait until I'm settled down someplace out east.
It's probably not too surprising that after contemplating all this, I'm completely unmotivated. I'm tempted to just go home "sick", but I do have work to do and it's not fair to dump it off on by backup when I'm not really ill. I have a hard enough time doing that when I am actually sick.