Lesley Ellis School Positions
Lesley Ellis School, an independent school from preschool-Grade 8, seeks candidates with a strong commitment to progressive education, excellent academic preparation, student-centered classrooms and antibias curriculum. We are looking for individuals who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to teaching and have the desire to work closely with co-teachers and specialists to ensure an enriching and challenging school experience.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:
Head of School, email@example.com
No phone calls please
Lesley Ellis School is an equal opportunity employer.
For additional information please visit our website at www.lesleyellis.org.
Lesley Ellis School is a program of Schools for Children, Inc., a nonprofit educational organization based in Winchester, Mass.
Upper Elementary Teacher, School-Year Position
Lesley Ellis School Seeks Upper Elementary Teacher, School year position
Start date: August 31, 2020
Lesley Ellis School (Preschool-Grade 8) seeks candidates with a strong commitment to progressive education, excellent academic preparation, student-centered classrooms and anti-bias curriculum. We are looking for an individual who will bring expertise and enthusiasm to teaching and have the desire to work closely with the teaching team to ensure an enriching and challenging school experience. Strong candidates will have substantial upper elementary teaching experience, ideally in independent schools. An advanced degree is preferred, but not required. All candidates should possess a demonstrable passion for teaching, excellent communication skills, and the ability to engage and intellectually excite students in their pursuit of learning.
Working collaboratively with co-teacher to plan lessons, design programs and implement curriculum
Teaching all general subjects using a variety of instructional methods
Overseeing all organizational and general communication aspects of the classroom
Providing positive guidance techniques to maintain a child-centered, developmentally based classroom environment
Establishing relationships with all students that are based on respect for individual learning styles, developmental stages and temperament
Assessing each student’s academic and social progress, preparing bi-annual progress reports, and meeting with parents at least twice yearly to discuss growth
Demonstrating respect for diversity among faculty and student body and promoting a classroom environment which values diversity and pluralistic worldview
Serving as a full community member by attending faculty meetings, participating in events outside of school hours, volunteering for committees, and participating in admissions activities
- Master’s degree in elementary education preferred
- Three years teaching experience
- Commitment to progressive, multicultural, anti-bias education
Competitive salary and benefits.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to: Deanne Benson, Head of School firstname.lastname@example.org