St. Theresa Catholic School Physical Education Teacher for K-8 students
Report to: Principal
Create positive learning experiences for students which incorporate our Catholic faith and opportunities for students to learn manners, self-discipline, good sportsmanship, positive social skills, group work, communication.
Provide students with the knowledge, processes, and skills to become physically educated, physically fit and responsible in their physical activity choices and behaviors for a lifetime.
Teach skilled movement, movement principles and concepts, personal fitness, responsible behaviors and physically active lifestyle.
Manage student behavior, assess and evaluate student achievement, and modify instructional activities, as required; carry out a variety of student monitoring and controls activities
Provide for the spiritual, moral, physical, emotional, and intellectual development of the students
Maintain a professional, charitable, and respectful relationship with all members of the school community
Establish and maintain effective discipline
Work to establish an inclusive environment where all children are included
Lesson plans submitted electronically every week
Complete Diocesan curriculum monitoring sheets
Attend all faculty meetings, in-service days, retreat days, Back to School Night and other after school events
Communicate with parents regarding the progress of their child
Teacher will also have responsibility in monitoring the lunchroom for one (or 2) lunch/es
Must have or be eligible for Virginia licensure
Health and PE endorsement.
Or hold a VCEA license
3 Years experience is preferred
Must be Catholic
About St. Theresa School
St. Theresa School, "where Christ is the ever-present lead teacher", is a 450 student K-8 school with an energetic and committed staff, dedicated PTO and a collaborative leadership model. The school was established in 1993 by Monsignor James W. McMurtrie and founding principal Jacqueline MacKenzie, with 150 students in grades K-6. The first graduation took place in June 1997. Today, our pastor is Father Richard M. Guest, who built our new church in 2009, and our principal is Mrs. Erin O'Malley