Middle School Electives Teacher (2024-2025 School Year)

Rolling Hills Public Charter School Southwest / Boise Elementary Not Applicable Full Time Apply no later than 4/30/2024Posted 1M ago

About this job

Rolling Hills Public Charter School seeks a Middle School Electives Teacher for the 2024-2025 School Year.
Requirements:
-Standard K-8 Idaho Instructional Certificate.
-Fluent in Spanish with ability to teach beginner to advanced learners.

Preferences:
-Bilingual Education Instructional Certificate/Endorsement.

Job Duties:
-Plan and teach a variety of electives throughout the school day based upon school and student need.
-Teach multiple levels of Spanish in person including beginner, intermediate, and advanced.
-Instruct students in a Careers class on a semester basis.
-Instruct students in required Health class on a semester basis.
-Proctor IDLA classes for accelerated learners.
-Lead Student Council meetings and activities.
-Participate in master scheduling and determining elective offerings each semester.
-Possible electives may include, but are not limited to: Art and Art History, Speech and Debate, Computational Thinking and Digital Literacy, Financial Literacy, Coding, Leadership, Student Council, and/or Study Hall/Study Skills.
-Other duties as assigned.

Salary: Commensurate with education, experience, and career ladder.

Send resume and qualifications to Tara Handy, Executive Director, thandy@rhpcs.org or call 208-939-5400.

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