Secondary Math (#232219)
Come live and work by the Chesapeake Bay! Lancaster County Public Schools in Virginia is looking for a secondary Math teacher to work at Lancaster High School. We have a signing bonus of $7500 ($2,500 per year for 3 years). We are located less than an hour from Williamsburg, VA and about a little over an hour to Richmond, VA. We are a wonderful county with several beautiful little towns, including Kilmarnock.
We would like to invite you to consider joining the instructional team for the upcoming school year. We are a high school (grades 9-12) of just under 400 students. We would love to hear from you. If you are interested in possibly teaching for us next year, please send a copy of your resume and best contact information ASAP to firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to hearing from you.
1-Prepares written communications relating to general and specialized work of the department. 2-Plans instruction to achieve learning objectives that reflect current division and state curriculum standards. 3-Uses materials and resources that are compatible with student’s needs and abilities and which support the approved curriculum. 4-Links present content with past and future learning experiences, other subject areas and real world experiences/applications. 5-Uses researched based instructional strategies that promote student learning. 6-Recognizes individual learning differences and differentiates instruction to meet student needs. 7-Provides a variety of ongoing and culminating assessments to measure student performance. 8-Provides on-going and timely feedback to encourage student progress. 9-Uses student performance data in instructional planning and decision making. 10-Adheres to appropriate scoring and grading procedures and policies. 11-Maximizes the use of instructional time to increase student learning. 12-Manages/maintains behavior that promotes learning. 13-Organizes the classroom to ensure an environment that is safe and conducive to learning. 14-Communicates effectively and appropriately with students. 15-Works collaboratively with staff, families and community agencies to support student success. 16-Initiates and maintains timely communication with parents/guardians and administrators concerning student progress or problems. 17-Demonstrates professional, moral and ethical behavior and exhibits personal integrity in all interactions. 18-Participates in an ongoing process of professional development. 19-Provides service to the profession, the school, the school division and the community. 20-Performs other duties as assigned by the principal.