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4th Grade Teacher - John Paul II Academy

Job Summary:  

• Inspiring students and promoting mastery in subject area.

• Helping to develop and implement curriculum that aligned with Wisconsin State Standards and Common Core Standards as they evolve.

• Providing continual assessment of student progress and maintaining records.

• Continually evaluating instructional performance to meet the needs of the students.

• Providing an effective environment that facilitates the school academic program.

• Routinely utilizing instructional technology and optimizing its instructional value.

• Initiating and maintaining open communication with parents and community members.

• Continuing to work on professional growth.

Qualifications

Qualifications: 

• Bachelor’s degree in the appropriate subject area.

• Appropriate State of Wisconsin licensing and certification.

• Knowledge of application of best teaching practices 

• Ability to work in a high achieving school in a diverse environment. 

• Be able to work in a collaborative team with peers.

 

Preferred:

• Demonstrate commitment to the principles of Catholic Faith.

• Elementary teaching experience

• Have general knowledge of transformative technology instruction.

Compensation

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Additional Information

Start Date
2019-01-14
Location
John Paul II Academy - Racine (I53)
Department
County
Racine
Job Category
Schools - Teachers
Employment Type
Full Time
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To Apply

Instructions
Please submit your application online at the Siena Catholic Schools Job Center: http://bit.ly/SienaJobs
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Application for Teachers and Principals

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