The Potomac School, a K-12 independent school in McLean, VA is seeking a Substitute Middle School Science Teacher for grades 4, 5 & 6, expected to work from February till end of March.
The ideal candidate should have a bachelor’s degree, master’s preferred with significant teaching experience. The candidate should have the ability to help promote the intellectual curiosity of our students and develop specific scientific skills through an inquiry based curriculum. Additionally, candidate must be able to use a variety of classroom approaches, including the innovative use of technology that emphasize critical thinking and individual research skills over rote memory.
In striving to fulfill its mission, Potomac School seeks many different voices, viewpoints, and backgrounds. Qualified applicants should click here to apply and upload their cover letter and resume or mail materials to: Human Resources Department, The Potomac School, 1301 Potomac School Rd., McLean, VA 22101. For more information on The Potomac School, please visit our website at www.potomacschool.org. We are an equal opportunity employer.
About The Potomac School
The Potomac School is an independent K-12 day school located in McLean, Va. While we are a K-12 school, we are more accurately described as a K through lifetime experience. We nurture the development of our students as unique individuals and as contributing members of a vibrant learning community.
Our school comprises four distinct yet interconnected divisions, joined through a shared mission, integrated curriculum, and deeply rooted communal ties. We enjoy the beauty and natural resources of our 90-acre campus, our athletic fields, woods, streams, and ponds providing a rare and wonderful setting for each student's educational journey.
Mission: At The Potomac School, we believe that intellectual development, love of learning, and strength of character are complementary, and equally essential, educational goals. With a firm commitment to our core values and a rigorous academic program, we prepare students to lead lives of purpose, achievement, and generosity of spirit.