St. Stephens & St Agnes School seeks a long-term substitute in the Middle School Science Department. This position entails teaching three sections of Science 6 and serving as a 6th grade advisor.
The ideal candidate will have a degree in a science field and will have experience teaching Middle School. The ideal candidate is interested in working closely with adolescents and being a part of a warm and supportive school community. The ideal candidate will collaborate well with the sixth grade team and science department, evaluate student progress and provide feedback in a timely and thoughtful manner, promote individual growth and independent thought, and create a positive learning environment.
St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School is a college preparatory Episcopal Church School in the Diocese of Virginia that educates boys and girls from junior kindergarten through twelfth grade. To help our students succeed in a complex and changing world, we seek to inspire a passion for learning, an enthusiasm for athletic and artistic endeavor, a striving for excellence, a celebration of diversity, and a commitment to service. Our mission is to pursue goodness as well as knowledge and to honor the unique value of each of our members as a child of God in a caring community.
For more information about our School, or to apply now, please visit our website and click on Middle School.
About St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School
Located six miles from Washington, D.C., St. Stephen's and St. Agnes School, a JK-12 Episcopal School, educates the whole child by tending to the academic, social, physical, and spiritual needs of each of our students. Named the No.1 Midsize Workplace in the D.C. area by The Washington Post, St. Stephen's and St. Agnes is a positive and collegial community with a commitment to our mission. SSSAS combines a rigorous academic program with outstanding opportunities in the arts, athletics, and service learning for our students. SSSAS has a deep commitment to creating an inclusive community which values diversity and multiculturalism, and we seek candidates who have this same commitment. The diverse student body is 28 percent students of color, and 22 percent of our students receive financial aid to create a socioeconomically diverse community.