St. Anne’s School of Annapolis invests in the intellectual and spiritual promise of each student in a community that celebrates diversity and upholds the dignity of every human being. We challenge students to think critically and creatively, to know themselves as learners, and to govern their lives with confidence, compassion, and integrity. St. Anne's School draws from its Episcopal tradition as an independent, co-educational school, serving students in Twos through 8th Grade.
St. Anne’s School is committed to equity and justice and aspires to be a community in which every member feels engaged, heard, and valued. We embrace the contributions of all members of our community as we foster a culture of respect. Sharing perspectives and experiences beyond our own boundaries through exploration, introspection, and civil discourse is integral to our mission of creating an inclusive learning environment.
St. Anne’s School of Annapolis is accepting applications for a part-time Assistant teacher for the 2021-2022 school year.
The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher is a vital member of the classroom teaching team. The Assistant Teacher supports the Lead Teacher in the supervision, instruction, and guidance of children in a Reggio-inspired, project-based early childhood classroom. In partnership with the Lead Teacher, the Assistant Teacher establishes a safe and caring classroom community in which each child’s strengths, opinions, actions and thoughts are valued. The Assistant Teacher uses appropriate language and tone and utilizes the principles of Responsive Classroom in all interactions with the children. The Assistant Teacher promotes the school’s mission and conducts him/herself in a professional manner in all interactions with children, families, and staff.
Assistant Teacher Duties and Responsibilities
The Assistant Teacher
Works under the direct instruction of the Lead Teacher in the classroom and the general supervision of the Director of Program for Young Children
Assists the Lead Teacher in classroom set-up in August and classroom break-down in June
Participates in Arrival and Dismissal duties daily
Assists the Lead Teacher in supervision of children, maintaining proper staff/child ratios at all times
Assists the Lead Teacher in maintaining the cleanliness, organization, and safety of the classroom (sweeps, wipes tables, washes art materials and dishes, returns used materials to proper places, etc.)
Submits daily attendance via My Compass
Records snack on monthly snack calendar
Chooses and prepares snack; returns unused snack to snack cabinet in pantry
Changes diapers and/or assists with toileting as necessary
Assists Lead Teacher with clerical or office tasks (laminating, copying, bulletin boards, etc.) as assigned
Assumes the role of Lead Teacher in the lead teacher’s absence
Attends all Early Childhood Program meetings called by the Director of Program for Young Children
Participates in scheduled staff Professional Development days as indicated on the school calendar
Attends Early Childhood Program special events as appropriate for grade level
Attends the Mid-Atlantic Episcopal Schools Association (MAESA) conference annually
Attends Parent/Teacher Conferences in the fall and spring
Acquires and maintains CPR certification
Informs Lead Teacher in advance of scheduled absences
Refers parent questions concerning growth and development of their children to the Lead Teacher
Performs other duties as assigned by the Lead Teacher or Director of Program for Young Children
About ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL OF ANNAPOLIS
St. Anne’s School of Annapolis invests in the intellectual and spiritual promise of each student in a community that celebrates diversity and upholds the dignity of every human being.
We challenge students to think critically and creatively, to know themselves as learners, and to govern their lives with confidence, compassion and integrity.
St. Anne's School draws from its Episcopal tradition as an independent, co-educational school, serving students in Preschool through Eighth Grade.
Located in the charming, historic capital of Maryland, St. Anne's School employs a progressive educational philosophy that is focused on developing the exceptional academic, creative, and social and emotional skills students require to connect with and contribute to the world around them.