MOVE 60 Instructor

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About the District
Edmonds School District is committed to workplace diversity and aims to attract and retain employees with the right skills, knowledge, and life experiences to meet the needs of each vacancy. We encourage individuals of different cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives to apply and seek those who actively embrace our equity-focused direction for the future.

Our certificated staff are committed to engaging and supporting all students in learning.  This is exemplified daily by their efforts to create learning environments that promote student autonomy, interaction, competence and choice.  They are aware of the diverse needs of Edmonds students and use all possible resources to meet this diversity including making reasonable accommodations for individual cognitive, physical, emotional and social needs.  Edmonds staff believe that every student has the capacity to learn.  They support this belief by promoting high standards of learning for all and communicating these standards to all their students.  

About the Position 
Certificated Move 60! Lead Instructor - Multiple positions/various locations based on student registration.  Posting will remain open throughout the school year and applicants will be screened as positions become available. Preference will be given to indistrict employees.

Move 60 will be an online virtual program for the 2020-2021 school year for students in grades K-6. This program is free for all students who register. The goal of the program is to get students exercising 60 minutes per day in order to fight childhood obesity, improve student health issues, offer an opportunity to play sports and to provide benefits of extra exercise to students. Instructors will do a weekly check-in with students via zoom and daily activities will be directed by the district coordinators.

These positions are extra duty stipend positions. The rate of stipend pay for these positions is $1,500 per session/ or $3,000 per year. The stipend includes pay for facilitating the program and additional hours per week for planning and maintaining paperwork: Total of 3 hours per week- with 1-2 check-ins with students each week. 

There will be 2 sessions offered throughout the school year:

  • Fall Session: October 5, 2020 - January 29, 2021
  • Spring Session: February 8, 2021 - June 4, 2021


Position Description
The Move 60 lead instructor will be responsible for implementing and supervising the Move 60! program at their school (school location yet to be determined), including teaching the provided curriculum, modifying activities as necessary, maintaining current paperwork including health information, and monitoring and supervising for safety.

  • Attend trainings as provided by district coordinators
  • Assist with program promotion and publicity at site, including identifying students for the program
  • Manage paperwork, including registration information, health information, and parent permission
  • Communicate progress regularly with District coordinators
  • Collect student pre- and post- session survey data, help facilitate pre and post student surveys, support implementation of accelerometers with students in grades 4-6, and support students using Welnet software, as instructed by the Move 60! District coordinators 
  • Teach the provided Move 60! Curriculum, modifying activities and lessons as necessary

Required Qualifications:  
Washington State Teaching Certificate, or the ability to obtain one prior to the position start date.

How to Apply:
Apply online.  Complete all steps in the application process so that we may fully consider you.  We will give time and care to review your materials.  While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted directly.


Edmonds School District does not discriminate in any program or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed religion, color, national origin, age veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability or the use of a trained dog  guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

  • Title IX Coordinator:  Debby Carter, Executive Director of Human Resources, 20420 68th Avenue W., Lynnwood, WA 98036, 425-431-7020, carterd@edmonds.wednet.edu
  • Section 504 Coordinator:  Dana Geaslen, Executive Director of Student Services, 20420 68th Avenue W., Lynnwood, WA 98036, 425-431-7047, geaslend338@edmonds.wednet.edu
  • Civil Rights Compliance and ADA Coordinator:  Debby Carter, Executive Director of Human Resources, 20420 68th Avenue W., Lynnwood, WA 98036, 425-431-7023, carterd@edmonds.wednet.edu

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Edmonds School District 15

20420 68th Avenue W, Lynnwood, WA 98036