Job Opportunities

Job Opportunities

Posted October 19, 2017

4th grade short-term replacement, Live Oak School
Live Oak School is seeking help for a short-term fourth grade teaching position (November 1 to January 11).   Live Oak has moved to a co-teaching model, with two credentialed teachers in the classroom.  The candidate should have experience as a lower school teacher, professional training, enjoy collaborative work on curriculum development, and feel a commitment to the school’s mission and educational philosophy. Please email a resume, cover letter, and statement of educational philosophy (as attachments) to Roslyn Benjamin, roz_benjamin@liveoaksf.org.
Caliber Schools, Changemaker Academy, Vallejo has an immediate opening for a 7th grade ELA teacher. Contact Giannina Murphy, giannina@caliberschools.org. Please see the posting here: http://www.caliberschools.org/careers.html?gh_jid=890402

Posted October 19, 2017

7th Grade Language Arts Teacher, Caliber Schools, Changemaker Academy, Vallejo
Caliber Schools, Changemaker Academy, Vallejo has an immediate opening for a 7th grade ELA teacher. Contact Giannina Murphy, giannina@caliberschools.org. Please see the posting here: http://www.caliberschools.org/careers.html?gh_jid=890402

Posted October 12, 2017

4th Grade Teacher, Town School for Boys (SF)
Town School for Boys seeks a full time Fourth Grade Head Teacher beginning immediately. See full job description here.

Posted October 12, 2017

1st Grade Teacher (maternity leave), Marin Preparatory School, 117 Diamond St. San Francisco
 This position is from November 27 to June 8. There will be an opportunity to overlap for two weeks with the 1st grade teacher going out on leave. Please contact the head of school, Jeff Escabar, at jescabar@marinpreparatory.org .

Posted October 4, 2017

4/5 Grade Teacher (2 openings), Kaiser Elementary School, OUSD
 At Kaiser,  the 4th and 5th grades are split evenly among three groups, and each of the three 4/5 Grade teachers is a homeroom teacher as well as a core subject teacher for either grade 4 or 5. They all work closely together and collaborate often.
Please email Principal Dennis Guikema at dennis.guikema@ousd.org for further details.

Posted September 29, 2017

Kindergarten​ ​General​ ​Studies​ ​Teacher, Tehiyah Day School (El Cerrito)

We have an immediate opening for a qualified General Studies Kindergarten teacher who is passionate, dedicated, and committed to progressive education. The GS teacher will be supported by and collaborate with other GS teachers and work with Jewish Studies teachers as well to integrate curriculum. Responsibilities include teaching reading, writing, math, social studies and science. Knowledge of Judaism is not required. See full job description here.

Long-Term Substitute Teacher, Acorn Woodland Elementary (Oakland)

Acorn Woodland Elementary School seeks an outstanding staff member to join
our team as a 4th grade Long-Term Family Leave Sub​. This is a daily, full time
position that begins late September – January 16th, 2018. See full job description here.

Posted September 25, 2017

Long-Term Substitute Teacher, Marin Horizon School (Mill Valley)

Long-term 2nd/3rd Grade Head Teacher needed for a classroom of 21 students, with a strong assistant teacher.

Please contact Kaili Hwang at khwang@marinhorizon.org and visit their website at https://www.marinhorizon.org/ for more information.

Posted August 30, 2017

Lower School Resident Teacher, Town School For Boys (SF) THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The New Teacher Institute at Town School for Boys is seeking a full-time Lower School Resident Teacher for the 2017-2019 school years. Our two-year internship program emphasizes daily teaching, curriculum planning, and professional development.  The NTI provides structured training for beginning teachers including frequent observations and feedback, meetings and workshops with the cohort, support from the Head Teacher, and total immersion in the school community. Interviews will be conducted as soon as possible, and employment will begin upon hire.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Head Teacher to implement curriculum and manage the classroom
  • Exercise sound judgment and decision-making
  • Apply feedback to teaching practice
  • Maintain established school procedures and a positive learning environment
  • Collaborate with other grade level classroom teachers
  • Perform other school related duties such as lunch and recess supervision
  • Attend grade level, faculty, and professional growth meetings
  • Report to the Director of the New Teacher Institute

Desired Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Experience working with children (informal or volunteer work is welcomed)
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills
  • Two-year, full-time commitment

Individuals with a strong interest in an elementary teaching career are encouraged to apply. Resident Teachers are paired with experienced Head Teachers for a rich learning experience.   Each Lower School Resident Teacher teaches in one grade for the entire year, and there is a change in grade placement after the first year. Lower School Resident Teachers teach in grades K-4. Town School seeks faculty and staff that reflect the wide range of diversity in the San Francisco Bay Area. We embrace and support equal opportunity for all people and encourage diverse candidates to apply. Our school commits to learning about and promoting cultural competency and cultural responsiveness.

Application Instructions:

https://www.townschool.com/page/new-teacher-institute/nti-application

Posted August 25, 2017

Part-time  SAT Prep Instructors – Edupath

We’re currently looking for part-time support for a program we facilitate that offers free SAT prep throughout libraries in San Francisco. The goal of the program is to ensure that all students have equal access to the same level of SAT prep and college guidance, and thereby equalize the playing field.
-  We provide all curriculum and materials (and instructor training as necessary).
 – There are currently lots of available courses, but no minimum commitment for instructors.
 – Although all courses are free to students, instructors are paid.  Rates are commensurate with experience (generally start at $50/hr)
Our current schedule is at http://edupath.org/sf/index.php and additional courses will be published each month throughout the school year.
We’re currently looking to find instructors for the following workshops:

Ingleside 10 hr SAT Intensive

Wednesdays September 13, 20, 27, October 44:00-6:30pm

Presidio College Application Essays (3hr)

Saturday September 16, 23 – 2:00-3:30pm

Main Library (The Mix at SFPL) College Application Essays (3hr)

Tuesdays October 3, 10 – 5:00-6:30pm

Bayview 4 hr SAT Single Subject Writing

Tuesdays October 17, 24 – 4:00-6:00pm

Merced College Admissions Workshop (2hr)

October 22, 1:00 – 3pm

Excelsior 10 hr SAT Intensive

Interested applicants should email Michael Weiler, michael@edupath.com

Posted August 15, 2017

Lead Teacher, 4th Grade – Saint Andrews Episcopal School, Saratoga CA

Saint Andrew’s Episcopal School announces a search for a fourth grade lead teacher. This person will join a community of dedicated and compassionate adults – faculty and parents alike – who are committed to the school mission to develop “as fully as possible the intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social capacities of each student.”

The fourth grade lead teacher is responsible for instruction in language arts, math and social studies. The teacher facilitates hands-on projects, promotes collaboration among students, and prompts students to reflect on their classroom work. Furthermore, the teacher is attuned to the specific learning needs and social and emotional development of each student. As the central figure in the network of adults supporting each child, the teacher maintains ongoing communications, formal and informal, with parents, specialists, and administrators.

Please see full job description here: https://www.st-andrews.org/employment

 

Assistant Teacher, 2nd/3rd Grade – Marin Horizon School, Mill Valley

We are seeking dedicated and passionate assistant teachers to work with experienced and talented head teachers in the first through third grades. Each assistant teacher will work closely with one head teacher to plan and assist in teaching one class. The assistant teacher should be able to support the head teacher in the classroom with curriculum content, classroom management, and organizational skills. The assistant teacher should also be willing to continue learning new teaching strategies and attend professional development training.

Primary Responsibilities
Curriculum, Materials, and Classroom Management
• Plans with and assists the teacher in preparing materials and supplies in advance for activities
• Shares in the development and implementation of written lesson plans with the teacher
• Becomes familiar with the teacher’s written lesson plans, the daily schedule, methods for recording attendance, and all other daily duties of the teacher
• Assists the teacher in planning and maintaining a safe, clean, learning environment and in assuring the well-being and safety of the children in his/her care
• Maintains a cooperative attitude of working together with the teacher, volunteers, parents, and program specialists in planning and implementing activities
• Assists teacher to implement the developmental assessment for each child to determine the child’s strengths and areas in which each child may need help
• Assists the teacher in entering accurate attendance records into PCR daily
• Assumes the teacher’s role in leading selected activities during designated parts of the class-day on a periodic basis for training purposes
• Assumes the teacher’s full role in the absence of the teacher and supervises the trained volunteer/substitute who will act as the teacher assistant during that period
Other Responsibilities
• Uphold Marin Horizon mission and values
• Demonstrate genuine care for all students
• Embrace existing school-wide management systems and promote high standards of behavior
• Actively participate in professional development sessions
• Communicate professionally with peers, supervisors, parents, and students
• Participate in after school/evening activities: i.e., Parent conferences, weekend tours, overnight trips
• Supervise arrivals/departures as well as recess when assigned
• Enthusiastically participate in school-wide culture events
• Perform other duties as assigned
Nature of Work
• The teacher assistant is supervised in the classroom by the teacher and on a secondary level by the Director of Lower School
• The teacher will provide input to the director regarding the performance evaluation of the teacher assistant
• The teacher assistant shall receive training and technical assistance from the teacher, the center director, and the program specialists.Learn more about our school: https://www.marinhorizon.org/pageQualifications & Skills
• Minimum of 2 years of experience in an Elementary classroom
• An Associate degree in Elementary education or related field
• Montessori training is not required but it is a plus
• Enthusiastic, flexible and creative assistant teacher

If interested, please send cover letter and resume. Kaili Hwang, khwang@marinhorizon.org

 

TK/K Educator – AltSchool, SF

AltSchool’s mission is to enable all children to reach their full potential. We are a public benefit corporation and a Certified B Corporation, bringing together a unique partnership of educators, engineers and researchers to create a proprietary learning platform guided by the most comprehensive body of current educational research. AltSchool’s platform is designed to empower schools everywhere to offer personalized, whole-child learning for each student, and to enable teachers to truly understand each child—both deep and wide—so they can develop and deliver a personalized curriculum that helps each child thrive. See full job description here.

 

Posted August 10, 2017

Part Time (70%) English Language Arts Teacher- Francophone Charter School of Oakland

Francophone Charter School of Oakland (FCSO) is seeking a dynamic teacher for our innovative new Oakland School. We have a highly diverse student body and staff. Your job would be to teach ELA using a workshop model, working closely with your French-speaking colleagues to create a holistic, engaging academic experience for our students. 

All teachers must be willing to embrace the professional development offered that is necessary to create a cohesive campus that realizes the educational and cultural mission/vision/principles of FCSO. Due to the growing nature of the school, there is a real opportunity for teachers for leadership building at the school.  This is a 70% position with paid health benefits.

Contact Heidi Hughes, Executive Director heidi@francophoneschool.org

Posted Aug 4, 2017

Flex Teacher (Part Time) – The San Francisco Schoolhouse, SF

The San Francisco Schoolhouse, a non-profit K-8 school, is looking for a Flex Teacher who loves spending time with elementary-aged children to join our new and growing school community. This is a part-time position (25 hours per week, 11:15am-4:15pm, Monday-Friday) that starts Monday, August 21, 2017. There is the potential for additional hours as a substitute teacher when one of our teachers is out, or extra support is needed.

The Schoolhouse is a new, independent school located in the Richmond District of San Francisco. Our intentionally small size, experienced and passionate teachers, experiential curriculum, and active parent participation provide a unique opportunity for families seeking a community-minded progressive education that challenges and supports their child. Founded in 2011 by two teachers and two parents with two students, the Schoolhouse will enroll 70 students in the fall. Please visit our website or connect with us on Facebook to find out more about our beliefs and vision.

www.sfschoolhouse.org

Job description – https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/edu/6248343615.html

Posted July 17, 2017

1st Grade Teacher – Beta Academy (Richmond, CA)

We are looking for a compassionate, exceptional educator to join our 1st grade team! This is an ELA-focused position. You will teach two cohorts of 1st grade ELA, as well as a writing block. You’ll work collaboratively with your colleagues to drive the achievement of all students in your grade level. You will be encouraged and supported to lead engaging, personalized, and rigorous lessons that integrate our four pillars: Heart, Smart, Think, and Act. You will use data to drive your instruction, regularly assessing student learning to ensure that each child’s personalized learning plan addresses their unique needs and goals for growth. You’ll equitably support the development of each child through restorative practices and social-emotional learning strategies. You will build meaningful relationships with families because you believe they are partners, and play a critical role in student success. Please see full job description here: http://www.caliberschools.org/careers.html

Posted July 12, 2017

Kindergarten Maternity Substitute – Cathedral School for Boys

Cathedral has an opening for a December 2017- March 2018 maternity leave kindergarten substitute teacher. For more information, please contact BATTI alum Kate Juergens at juergens@cathedralschool.net

Kindergarten Teacher – Tehiyah Day School, El Cerrito

We are seeking a phenomenal general studies kindergarten teacher who is passionate, dedicated, and committed to progressive education. The general studies teacher will teach literacy, math, humanities and science. The kindergarten teacher will be supported by and collaborate with a Jewish studies co-teacher and a classroom aid in the classroom. Experience with Project Based Learning, Inquiry-Based Teaching, Social-Emotional Learning, and Reading and Writing Workshop a plus!

Posted June 29, 2017

7th & 8th Grade Math and Science Teacher – Mission Dolores Academy, SF

Mission Dolores Academy is a Kindergarten through Eighth Grade independent Catholic school interviewing for elementary school teachers. MDA serves families from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds, reflecting the diversity of our Mission District neighborhood, the city of San Francisco, and the greater Bay Area.  Teachers at MDA are purpose-driven; it is our mission to provide a rigorous, high-quality education to urban children, supporting them in their academic, personal, and spiritual development.  MDA is a Blended Learning school, utilizing an innovative online curriculum in a rotational model within the classroom where students split their time between teacher-guided and online instruction.

It is expected that the teacher will:

•       Design and implement rigorous and engaging lessons created to meet strict instructional requirements based on Common Core Standards
•       Incorporate small group instruction in the curriculum through the use of Blended Learning model
•       Utilize data from online curriculum to assess student learning and guide curricular planning
•       Maintain online grading portal, regularly generating both progress reports and quarterly report cards
•       Foster positive relationships with families, recognizing that parents and guardians are the primary educators of their children
•       Collaborate with colleagues, coworkers, and administration with positive, constructive communication
•       Contribute to school culture through participation in school-wide social, cultural, and religious events outside of the regular school day, including weekly Professional Development meetings

Qualifications (Required)

•       Valid California Clear teaching credential, or equivalent
•       Experience working with children at the elementary level

Qualifications (Preferred)

•       Experience in STEM
•       M.A./M.Ed.

Salary/Benefits

•       Health and retirement benefits available. Salary commensurate with experience and skill set.
This is a full-time, exempt position.  Any interested parties should submit a letter of intention, resume, and three professional references to Paul Recktenwald, Head of School, paulr@mdasf.org; or, Meredith Essalat, Principal, meredithe@mdasf.org

 

Posted June 15, 2017

Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher, Tehiyah Day School

Tehiyah Day School is an independent Bridge Kindergarten through 8th grade Jewish community school nestled in the El Cerrito hills. We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, phenomenal teacher. Must be a team player, who is interested in helping a school re-launch into a new progressive model of education, deeply rooted in Jewish values. Experience with Project Based Learning, Social-Emotional Learning and Inquiry-Based Teaching a big plus.

Please send your cover letter and resume to dmassey@tehiyah.org

Posted June 13, 2017

Physical Education Teacher, Presidio Knolls School, SF

Presidio Knolls School is seeking a dynamic and experienced Physical Education Teacher. Physical Education Teacher will partner with the current Physical Education Teacher to provide an engaging PE program to our PS-5 students. We are looking for a passionate, committed educator with a strong background in teaching PE to preschoolers and the youngest elementary students. Candidates should be well versed in progressive pedagogical approaches to instruction and comfortable working in collaborative environments. This is a full time position. Please see full job description here.

Posted June 1, 2017

Classroom Teacher, Lower School, Charles Armstrong School

 

Charles Armstrong School serves high potential students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, empowering them to thrive as learners in school and life. Our faculty, staff, board and community are dedicated to our mission and the values of Charles Armstrong School. Currently Charles Armstrong School is looking for Lower and Middle School Teachers with extraordinary vision: to inspire, guide and teach students with language based learning differences so that they can meet their full academic and emotional potential.
Position description:
Teacher will work in conjunction with a credentialed teacher, in a co-teaching model, to create an educational setting where students have the opportunity to fulfill their cognitive and social/emotional potential. Candidates will possess a knowledge base and passion for teaching students with language based learning differences. Teacher will be responsible for organizing and implementing an instructional program that will capitalize on student strengths and result in students achieving academic success in accordance with Charles Armstrong methodology and mission.
For primary responsibilities, required experience and skills, see full job posting: www.charlesarmstrong.org
Direct resumes to:
Jessica R Miller, Head of School
jmiller@charlesarmstrong.org
(650) 592-7570
Charles Armstrong School
1405 Solana Drive, Belmont, CA 94002

 

Part-time Summer Program Dance Instructor, The Partners Program at College PrepThe ideal candidate has experience teaching middle school students in various dance styles including hip hop, jazz, modern and creative movement. In keeping with the mission of Partners, a successful candidate will foster a safe learning environment that promotes individuality, equity, and cultural competency.

Important program dates:

Professional Development Week: June 12-June 16
Summer Academy Orientation Day: June 17
Summer Classes: June 19-July 14 (OFF July 3 and July 4 for Independence Day holiday)
Graduation Day 2017: July 152 Dance classes per day (45 minutes per class):
• 12-15 students per section
• 2-3 Assistant Teachers per class to support Dance Instructor
For more details about The Partners Program: www.college-prep.org/partners
For more information, contact:
Samuel F. Beltran, Director of The Partners Program
Samuel@college-prep.org
(510) 652-0111, x260

 

Summer Academy Math Instructor, The Partners Program at College Prep
The ideal candidate has experience teaching middle school students in the following Math
topics, among others: Integers; Fractions and their applications; Decimals and percent; Exponents and square roots (scientific notation); Literals and equations; Geometric measurement and coordinate geometry; Data analysis, probability and statistics. In keeping with the mission of Partners, a successful candidate will foster a safe learning environment that promotes individuality, equity, and cultural competency.Important program dates:
Professional Development Week: June 12-June 16
Summer Academy Orientation Day: June 17
Summer Classes: June 19-July 14 (OFF July 3 and July 4 for Independence Day holiday)
Graduation Day 2017: July 153 classes per day (45 minutes per class):
• Approx. 10 students per section
• 2-3 Assistant Teachers per class to support instructor
For more details about The Partners Program: www.college-prep.org/partners
For more information, contact:
Samuel F. Beltran, Director of The Partners Program
Samuel@college-prep.org
(510) 652-0111, x260

 

Half Co-Teaching, Half Lead Kindergarten Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Richmond)
In the mornings, this teacher would co-teach with our amazing Instructional Coach and in the afternoons, teach on his/her own. We are open to accepting an intern teacher for this role; this is an amazing spot to be developed and get daily coaching and development from an exceptional and very experienced educator.

 

First Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Richmond)

 

Kindergarten Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

3rd Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

4th Grade Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

Lower School Coding Teacher, Caliber: Beta Academy (Vallejo)

 

Contact: Maggie Goldstein Cooper – maggie@caliberschools.org

 

Posted May 23, 2017

 

Math Teacher (Grades 4-8), Pacific Boychoir Academy

The ideal candidate for the position of PBA’s Math teacher will have:● substantial experience teaching boys in the 9-14 age group● mastery of Grades 4-8 curricula in Math, preferably with the ability to teach Singapore Math● the ability to engage and inspire boys in the classroom● the ability to provide differentiated instruction● the ability to nurture and mentor young boys

● an imaginative and flexible approach to teaching

● awareness of the particular educational needs of boys

● appreciation of the role of music in education

● excellent communication skills and openness to diverse perspectives

● the ability to meet deadlines and work in a team

The Pacific Boychoir Academy provides a unique developmental experience for boys, through a combination of academics, music, and international performance. PBA is a Grades 4-8 school with class sizes restricted to about 15 boys per grade. Every boy at the school is a member of PBA’s world-renowned choirs. In addition to being a thriving school, PBA is a Grammy-winning performance program and an after-school choral program for boys from preschool through high school. PBA is non-denominational, inclusive, and focused on excellence: “Where achieving the extraordinary becomes a way of life.”http://www.pacificboychoir.orgPBA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Compensation is DOE. The starting date is flexible but preferably no later than August 1, 2017.Please send a letter of interest and a current resume via email to jobs@pacificboychoiracademy.org by Friday, May 26, 2017.
Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher, Tehiyah Day School

Tehiyah Day School is an independent Bridge Kindergarten through 8th grade Jewish community school nestled in the El Cerrito hills. We are committed to

  • Awakening intellectual curiosity and a strong sense of Jewish identity

  • Building a culture of thoughtfulness and ethical behavior

  • Connecting learners to the community, the world, and their best selves.

Tehiyah Day School is now hiring a Kindergarten or Bridge-Kindergarten Teacher. We are looking for a passionate, dedicated, phenomenal teacher. Must be a team player, who is interested in helping a school re-launch into a new progressive model of education, deeply rooted in Jewish values. Experience with Project Based Learning, Social-Emotional Learning and Inquiry-Based Teaching a big plus.

Our school’s dynamic academic program is enriched by the visual and performing arts, athletics, technology, and an after-school program. Tehiyah promotes a strong sense of community and spirit. Together we build a school that is nurturing, inclusive, and diverse. We prepare our students to make the world around them a more compassionate, just, and peaceful place.

Please send your cover letter and resume to jobs@tehiyah.org

Posted May 18, 2017

Multiple Positions, German International School of Silicon Valley
Elementary English Teacher (Bilingual Program)
Spanish Teacher
Music Teacher
IT Teacher (Middle School)
 Positions are part time but could potentially also be full time.
We offer a supportive and inspiring international environment with competitive salaries.
More information can be found at:
Inquiries should be send to Anja Friebe, HR at afriebe@gissv.org

Posted May 2, 2017

Middle School Mathematics, The Academy (Berkeley)

The Academy is a unique independent school in Berkeley, California with an advanced academic curriculum. The Academy’s mission is to develop thoughtful, ambitious and deep learners. We are seeking a passionate educator to lead our middle school mathematics program, with an opportunity to improve the mathematics program across the school. The position can be crafted as 60% time or full-time. Read job description here: TheAcademy – MathEducator.

Learning Specialist – Synergy School
Synergy School is a progressive, independent K-8 school with a commitment to diversity and social justice. It is a teachers’ cooperative, in which teachers are co-directors of the school and guide policy as members of the Board of Trustees.We are looking for a learning specialist to work with our teachers to provide accommodations for a broad spectrum of learners.To read more, go to www.synergyschool.org
Humanities Teacher (5/6) & Lead Classroom Teacher (3/4) – The Crestmont School
Please read Crestmont School job descriptions here and here.
Summer Job Opportunities – Adventures in Writing Camp
Drawing from music, technology, art, and theater, Adventures in Writing Camp inspires reluctant writers and delights those that already have “the bug.” Elementary-aged campers become authors by publishing their own eBook, and middle school students create blogs.
Teaching at camp requires a two-week commitment and we have positions available for both credentialed/experienced teachers as well as college-students who are interested in working with children. We will provide staff with training, lesson plans, writing-inspired songs, student materials, support and a very fun summer!
For more information visit: https://www.aiwcamp.com/join-our-team/

First Grade Teacher – Alta Vista School (SF)

Alta Vista School in San Francisco seeks a dynamic, experienced, student-focused first grade teacher for the 2017-2018 school year. Candidates will demonstrate expertise in best practices and have the ability to work in a collaborative and creative environment. With an exceptionally strong understanding of development across all levels of proficiency, he/she will employ effective teaching of mathematics, science, reading, writing, and humanities (including social-emotional learning) through an array of modalities, resources, and techniques. Responsibilities:

 • Design and deliver innovative curriculum and instruction • Collaborate and plan with co-teacher to implement integrated learning across curricular areas

• Communicate and work with colleagues, administration, and families to provide differentiated instruction, aligned with the varying and diverse needs of students

• Offer students creative opportunities for problem-solving, flexible thinking, and conceptual understanding across content areas

 • Utilize technology to expand learning opportunities

• Hold parent-teacher conferences to discuss student progress and goals towards academic, social, and emotional success

• Write student progress reports each trimester with a growth-focused mindset

Required skills, experience and knowledge:

 • 3+ years as an elementary classroom teacher

 • Depth of knowledge in evidence-based instructional practices

 • Demonstrated skill in developing curriculum and sequencing for learning

• Experience with informal and formal assessments (ex. Teachers College Assessments, Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment System, Words Their Way, Developing Writer’s Assessment, Kathy Richardson Assessments)

 • Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills enabling information-sharing and the development of collaborative relationships

• Demonstrate a high degree of flexibility, organization, and reliability • Regularly attend professional development related to content and pedagogy to stay current with research and best practices

Contact: Melissa Carboni 415-467-3700

Length of Work Year: August 2017 – June 2018

Salary: Commensurate with experience