JobID 327 : High School STEM/Science Teacher (#1715917)

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HIGH SCHOOL STEM / SCIENCE TEACHER
FULL-TIME WITH BENEFITS
SALARY $36,600 - $43,000 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION
STARTING DATE WILL BE AUGUST 12, 2019

QUALIFICATIONS:
Must hold or qualify for a Colorado Teaching Certificate/License endorsed or highly qualified in Secondary Science or STEM
 
DUTIES:
Classroom teacher must possess the ability to use approved school curriculum and outside resources to help students meet the appropriate West Grand School District Grade Level Content Standards.  Prospective applicants must possess a classroom vision based on high expectations for student achievement and rigorous standards for their own academic instruction.

Candidates must have the knowledge and resourcefulness to:
Construct and effectively implement a long-term academic plan with clear goals for student achievement.
Motivate students and invest them in academic goals.                                                                              Evidence of productive experience with problem-based learning
Construct and execute individual lesson plans, aligned with the standards and the class long-term plan that meet the needs of students with diverse learning levels
Foster a classroom environment that supports student achievement of academic goals
Conduct varied assessments to benchmark and document student progress
Work with students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds
Build strong personal relationships with students' families
Collaborate in a professional manner with colleagues from diverse backgrounds in a way that prioritizes student achievement

Contact Information:  For more information about the position, please contact Elizabeth Bauer, High School Principal  at 970-724-3425.


West Grand is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted By

West Grand School District No. 1

715 KINSEY AVENUE, KREMMLING, CO 80459-0515
 
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Compare with State

Amount per Student

$13,247 (USD)

State Average: $10,278 (USD)

% ELL Students

9%

State Average: 12%

Student Teacher Ratio

11.96

State Average: 17.36

% IEP Students

State Average: 11%

FTE

71

State Average: 415