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Elementary Teacher

Prayerfully and actively educates and enhances each student’s life by academic engagement, behavior and spiritual growth rooted in the life of Christ. Builds a partnership with school parents to support lifelong learning of their child in the community.

Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in the field of teacher education or related field.
Current State of WI teaching license (or meet all requirements for a plan of study to obtain licensure).
Working knowledge of office software, computer programs.
Valid driver’s license for the State of Wisconsin preferred.
Practicing Catholic preferred.
Professional working attitude and collaborative approach.
Strong verbal and written communications skills.
Strong organizational skills.
Ability to establish and maintain a professional working relationship with supervisor and staff.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Models Catholic spirituality, attitudes, and behaviors.

Create a faith-filled environment for learners by:
Organizing physical space for learning, e.g., safe, accessible, supports the type of learning, etc.
Managing student behavior guided by Gospel values, e.g., respectful.
Establishing classroom routines, rules, and procedures consistent with school policy, e.g., clearly defined, communicated, and practiced.
Communicating high expectations for learning, e.g., supporting students for growth.
Creating a faith-filled environment that engages the whole student, e.g., space and culture.

Works with families as partners in their child’s education by:
Providing feedback of student progress to families, e.g., timely, consistent, frequently, etc.
Engaging families as partners in the educational process and the life of the school.

Understands school’s mission and his/her role in it by:
Serving as role model for Gospel values for students and families.
Demonstrating a professional demeanor and attitude in alignment with the school’s mission, e.g., follows Code of Ethics.

Reflects on practice by:
Taking responsibility for professional growth, e.g., open and applies to feedback.
Demonstrating a commitment towards spiritual growth in the context of the Catholic school, e.g., active participation.
Preparing Mass and prayer services as assigned.

Contributes to a positive school environment by:
Collaborating with colleagues, e.g., analyze, inform plan, and be supportive in implementation.
Serving beyond the classroom in school committees/activities/events as it relates to a positive school environment.

Planning & Instructional Effectiveness - Uses best practices to support learning by:
Demonstrating knowledge of students by clearly stating instructional outcomes that reflect curriculum expectations for students.
Designing coherent instruction (lessons/units) that have a clearly defined structure and logical supportive activities that are reflective of Archdiocesan standards.
Transferring content knowledge to students, through clear directions, procedures, and explanations that are clear and developmentally appropriate.
Promoting learner engagement in an environment that is engaging and aligned to learning needs.
Providing differentiated learning opportunities.
Timely completion/submission of all required documentation related to parent communication, instruction, assessment, and grading.
Supervising students during all student contact times/activities, which includes traveling in hallways.

Assessment – Using assessment to advance student learning by:
Uses formal and informal assessment data to design instruction for current and future instruction.
Clearly identifies and communicates assessment criteria.
Provides opportunities for student self-assessment and monitoring.

Other Duties
Informs the Principal and respective staff of plans outside of the norm.
Attends all faculty and in-service meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
The employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk and hear.
The employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods; use hands; reach with hands and arms.
Close vision required for paperwork and computer.
Able to utilize computer keyboard, monitor, and telephone.
This role functions in an office environment and uses standard office equipment.
Ability to lift 20 pounds.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree preferred or willing to work towards teaching license.

Compensation

Type
Annual
Notes

Additional Information

Start Date
2024-08-26
Location
Holyland Catholic School - Malone (B40)
Department
County
Fond du Lac
Job Category
Schools - Teachers
Employment Type
Full Time
Notes

To Apply

Instructions
Send resume, cover letter, and letters of recommendation to Nicole Klein @ nklein@holylandcatholicschool.org
Contact Name
Nicole Klein
Address
N9290 County Rd. W
N9290 County Rd. W
Malone, WI 53049
Phone
920-795-4222
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