Full-Time Kindergarten Teacher
*Church Employment Responsibilities
Employment in and by the Catholic Church is substantially different from secular employment. Church employees must conduct themselves in a manner which is consistent with and supportive of the mission and purpose of the Church. Their public behavior and teachings must not violate the faith, morals or laws of the Church, such that it can embarrass the Church or give rise to scandal. It is preferred that the employee filling this position be an active, participating Catholic in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church. Reasonable accommodation for the religious practice of employees not of the Catholic faith will be provided.
* Help create a productive and harmonious work environment. Be present where needed, ready to work for all scheduled hours and as needed to meet responsibilities. Includes recognizing when situations require more effort, putting in more time when needed, satisfying responsibilities in a timely manner, providing an example of punctuality and attendance and generally ensuring that all instruction of children is taken care of in a professional manner.
*Regular School Activities (Include, but are not limited to):
- Be present in the building at 7:45 a.m. and remain on the school grounds until 3:30 p.m. each work day.
- Demonstrate effective, appropriate student/classroom management skills.
- Participate in faith formation activities with students and colleagues including but not limited to liturgies, prayer services, daily prayer, and retreats.
- Maintain appropriate conduct in the classroom and throughout the school.
- Supervise students in the following areas (as assigned): classrooms, hallways, church, playground, lunchroom, bus duty, field trips, and auditorium/gym.
- Take children to specialist classes, lunch, and any special programs that are a part of the school day.
- Maintain a positive, safe, and healthy learning environment.
- Provide religious instruction that is in full accord with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.
- Instruct and assess students using a variety of methods and tools.
- Provide differentiated and/or other Learner Outcomes based instruction to students as mandated by the school administrator.
- Follow designed curriculum map.
- Plan and prepare instructional lessons.
- Implement instructional lessons.
- Maintain students’ records/report cards/portfolios. (Electronic and/or paper)
- Communicate frequently with parents/guardians via telephone, notes, email, newsletters, school database, conferences and special education staffing.
- Conduct conferences as scheduled throughout the year.
- Maintain professional licensure and knowledge base by acquiring 125 clock hours of professional development in a five year period.
- Share (with colleagues) information from professional development opportunities.
- Attend in-service training and teacher workshops as required.
- Participate on curricular, extra-curricular, and instructional development committees.
- Participate on Accreditation Teams/Self-Study Committees, as needed.
- Reinforce Catholic educational identity to school/parish/local committees.
- Conduct behavior that is respectful, professional and collegial.
- Review annual handbook, policy, and accreditation study and review.
- Demonstrate professionalism.
Attend all required meetings including faculty meetings, parent-teacher conferences, special education meetings, curriculum meetings, and any other meetings deemed necessary by the principal.
Must demonstrate the willingness to embrace parish and school business, strategic, and ministerial objectives and show full cooperation with their implementations.
Includes other responsibilities identified as needed by the employee and approved and /or assigned by the supervisor or principal.
Job Qualifications: Our new teachers will: • Contribute to our safe, loving, faith-filled environment where each child is known and treated as an image of God • Maintain high academic standards while challenging each student to always do their best • Instill strong character, Catholic values, and a love for learning • Be committed to continually developing skills and improving as a teacher • Honor and support school initiatives, administrative decisions, the vision of our diocese, the Catholic Church • Take pride in their job as a Catholic school teacher Job Qualifications: ∙ A minimum of a BA or BS degree, current MN teaching license to correspond with courses/grades taught ∙ Exhibit competence in instructional methods and knowledge of subject and curriculum relevant to the position ∙ A practicing Catholic (preferred), passionate about his or her faith ∙ Demonstrate evidence of goo classroom management techniques ∙ The ability to develop and maintain positive relationship with colleagues, parents, administration, and students ∙ Experience with technology in the classroom, interactive White Boards, Google Classroom ∙ Ability to communicate effectively and in a timely fashion with administration, students, staff, and parents.
Organizational Name: St. Anne's School
Organizational City: Wabasso
Position Contact Name: Mary Franta
Position Contact Title: Principal
Position Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position Contact Phone: 507-342-5389
Experience: Not Required
Salary / Range: $32,000+
School Enrollment: 1-100
Minnesota Teacher's License: Preferred
Number of Classrooms: 0-10
Number of Faculty: 1-25
How to ApplySubmit a letter of introduction and resume addressed to Mrs. Mary Franta, Principal, email@example.com or PO Box 239, Wabasso, MN 56293. Or contact the school office at 507-342-5389. For more information about St. Anne’s School, visit our website www.wabassostannesschool.com
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