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To apply, please email the following  documents, confidentially, and as separate PDF attachments to Mrs. Kellie Kickham, M.Ed at 

Cover letter (no greater than two pages), 

Current Resume (include all work and service-related experiences, dates, and education related to the position) 

List of three references with names, phone numbers, and email addresses. References are to include a pastoral, personal, and professional associates. No references will be contacted without your knowledge and approval. 

Reading Specialist 

A reading specialist’s primary duty is to work one-on-one or in small group settings with students who are having difficulty reading at their grade level. Reading specialists share responsibility with teachers for assessing students’ reading abilities, identifying deficiencies, and creating reading intervention plans and strategies for students selected for additional reading instruction.

Preferred Certification in Wilson Reading or Orton Gillingham


Part Time Music Teacher

Work will include: Working with students on plays, concerts, and other events that include music. Assign practice and other music-related homework and test students on their knowledge. Keep grades, meet with parents, and share progress reports. Perform other functions the same as teachers, such as school and lunchroom monitoring.

Music Teacher Skills & Competencies

  • Organizational skills: The ability to maintain and keep track of student records, client bills, and private appointments, as well as teach various harmonies, songs, and programs to an entire school.
  • Interpersonal skills: The ability to relate well to students, parents, and staff members when giving group lessons, holding parent-teacher conferences, or school rehearsals.
  • Musical proficiency: The ability to share music and musical knowledge to a specific age group PreK- 8 students
  • Patience and insight: The ability to teach different types of learners to further their knowledge and skills.
  • Leadership skills: The ability to gain and keep the attention of students in a band, chorus, or classroom.

Part Time Technology/Computer Teacher 

As a computer technology teacher, your daily tasks will depend mostly on the age and ability level of your students. Younger classrooms will focus on keyboarding and understanding basic word processing and other typical office programs, as well as Internet basics.

With older students, you might offer more advanced classes in software programming, hardware, web design and programming, data processing or more advanced office programs.

  • Introducing basic computer, mobile, keyboard and Internet skills
  • Teaching students how to use design applications, computer-aided drafting (CAD) or manufacturing to develop technological solutions to problems
  • Assigning projects so that students learn to deal with real-world constraints, such as time and materials
  • Allowing students to unravel technological problems using a hands-on, trial-and-error approach
  • Encouraging creative thinking with challenging classroom projects
  • Helping students connect math, science and technological principles to everyday life

Classroom Aide

We are looking for a compassionate teacher's aide to assist our teachers with classroom lessons, activities, organization, and management, as well as assisting special needs students. The teacher's aide's responsibilities include assisting the teacher with teaching new concepts or translating information for students to understand better, supervising students, and providing students with a positive, nurturing guide. The teacher's aide will deal with students, parents, staff, and the community in a professional manner, and follow and uphold school rules and standards.

To be successful as a teacher's aide, you should demonstrate patience, compassion, and empathy when dealing with students, as well as professionalism when representing the school. You should have strong management and organizational skills, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills.


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