Ensure your students achieve learning outcomes that are above average in the subject of mathematics by instructing students in a clear, concise and fun way, and regularly preparing lesson plans that are engaging and incorporate the curriculum
Incorporate the school’s objectives into your curriculum by remaining up to date with mission and initiatives
Attend staff development days to improve your skills and receive help and feedback from colleagues
Regularly communicate with parents and legal guardians regarding child’s performance, track and record student progress and keep records up to date for progress reports and report card conferences
Review curriculum needs and execute plans for improvement, and provide tutoring and additional support
Act as a role model by making your students feel motivated while maintaining an approachable personality
Attend school events to better understand student interest and personalities outside of the regular classroom, build strong relationships with your students and aid in the strengthening of their self-confidence while inspiring them to achieve high goals
Perform other duties and tasks as assigned
Prior Teaching Experience including Student Teaching
About St. Vincent's Academy
Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Savannah, Ga. St. Vincent’s Academy was founded on June 23, 1845, when Father Jeremiah Francis O’Neill brought six Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy from Charleston, South Carolina, to educate Savannah’s young women in the finest tradition of a Catholic educational institution.
St. Vincent’s opened on the corner of Abercorn and Liberty Streets in Savannah as a private school and orphanage, with boarding facilities added a few years later. The early curriculum included Penmanship (both plain and ornamental), Astronomy, Composition of Fiction, Sacred and Profane History, Ancient Geography, Chronology, Mythology, and Embroidery.
The early history of St. Vincent’s is intertwined with that of Savannah and the South. During the Civil War, eight year-old Maggie Davis, whose father Jefferson Davis was President of the Confederate States of America, became a student at St. Vincent’s. Her brother also came to the convent daily to recite his lessons.
In 1919, St. Vincent’s became exclusively dedicated to educating young women of high school age, offering a program centered on academics and values to prepare them for active, effective roles in th...e societies of their times. From the antebellum period to the present, St. Vincent’s has met the challenge of producing intellectual, responsible and compassionate women. Our thousands of alumnae have made and continue to make significant personal and professional contributions to the world.
15 minutes from Tybee Island Beach - https://visittybee.com
20 minutes from Hilton Head Island, SC - https://www.hiltonheadisland.org/
2 hours from Jacksonville, Fla and Charleston, SC