current openings

Part-Time Lead Classroom Teacher for 2017-2018
(posted 6.22.17)

The position requires an appropriate Indiana teaching certificate and a minimum of 3-years of teaching experience.

This position provides a licensed teacher with an opportunity to work as a member of a teaching team in a multi-age, project based, literacy focused classroom. Ideally, the teacher should have experience and/or a high level of interest in Responsive Classroom, Reader's and Writer's Workshop, Bridges Mathematics, and project-based curriculum in a multi-age classroom.

Compensation will be commensurate with years of experience and educational level. Based on Board policy and current practice in the area, teachers will be hired on the salary schedule at their actual number of years and educational experience or 5 years and a Masters, if the experience or educational level is beyond 5 years and/or a Masters.

Experience with and/or a commitment to:

  • a collaborative culture
  • a strong inclusive model
  • a multi-age classroom
  • continuous personal and professional growth
  • a strong work ethic
  • creativity and innovation in education
  • social justice and equity
  • innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum development and instruction
  • working with integrity and with moral and ethical purpose
  • infusion of the arts
  • working from an assets-based view of children, families, and communities
Before submitting any materials for a specific open position, please complete the required job application below. Upon completion of the application, you will then be prompted to submit a cover letter and any additional supporting materials to our employment administrator. All materials must be submitted electronically. Applications will be considered as they are submitted. Positions will be filled as soon as possible with outstanding applicants. Please contact our employment administrator with any questions you may have.

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