6-12 Secondary Math Teacher-Caldwell USD 360
Job Title: Elementary Teacher-Caldwell USD 360
USD 360 Caldwell Schools is seeking a passionate, talented, and self-motivated teacher join the district’s elementary teaching staff. Caldwell Elementary School is departmentalized in grades three through five and has separate K, 1, & 2 classrooms. All elementary staff members work with MTSS groups and are provided time to implement cooperative planning sessions with other CES staff members. The building has para support in most classrooms and is a Title I school. The district is committed to the use of student technology in the classroom and receives the support of consultants from the SCKESC for curriculum and technology integration.
There may be supplemental assignments and coaching positions open in the district for any interested candidates.
All candidates, including online applicants must submit all the information listed below:
- Applicants need to submit a letter of interest,
- a current resume,
- a list of references,
- a copy of your current Kansas teaching license or prove your ability to obtain a Kansas license by August 1, 2017,
- official college transcripts,
- a district application.
If you have questions about the position call Aaron Roop, building principal at 620-845-2585 ext. 2007 for more details.
DISTRICT MISSION-The mission of Caldwell Schools, U.S.D. 360, is to promote learning as a lifelong process for all students as they prepare for the future. The schools in partnership with home and community will provide challenging opportunities in a safe and caring environment.
USD 360 does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in employment or in access to or the use of programs and activities.
Band Para Needed-
Caldwell Band Para-Professional
Deadline to Apply is Friday, January 27, 2017 at 3:30 pm
USD 360 Caldwell School is currently accepting applications for a 5th-12th grade band para-professional. The person would have to be willing to work from 8-9 am and 11:15-1:15 pm, Monday-Friday. A job description and application is available online or may be picked up in person at the USD 360 District Office located at 22 North Webb, Caldwell, Kansas. Applicants are required to pass a background check. Position work agreement pay is hourly and based on qualifications. Instrumental music knowledge will be required for the position. Position will be filled ASAP and will continue through the end of the school year. Unified School District 360 does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, disability or age as to treatment of students in programs and as to employment.
USD 360 – Band Para-Professional – Job Description
Purpose: The band para-professional will assist the teacher and works with students to help them better understand music and band.
To accomplish these tasks, the band para-professional will work closely with the staff and administration of the district.
Responsible to: Administrators and Board of Education
Payment Rate: Salary is established by the Board of Education.
Bus Drivers Needed
Fill out the appropriate form below and contact the district office if interested.
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