St. Michael’s Episcopal Day School is seeking qualified applicants for a Middle School Science teaching position for the 2021-22 school year. In line with NAIS Principles of Good Practice, an effective St. Michael’s teacher has thorough knowledge, uses a variety of teaching techniques, establishes positive relationships with students, collaborates with colleagues, initiates professional development, supports the mission, serves outside the classroom, and adheres to professional standards. A St. Michael’s teacher must model the school’s core values of integrity, respect, diligence, responsibility, and compassion.
The position includes teaching Middle School Science in grades 6-8. Above all the teacher is expected to create a classroom environment that reflects and promotes the mission of St. Michael’s School.
We seek someone with a minimum of three years of experience with an emphasis on differentiation, integrated learning, and a strong curricular background. A Bachelor’s Degree and Teaching Credential are required, and Masters Degree preferred.
Qualified applicants should provide a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
About St. Michael's Episcopal Day School
Sacramento's Premier Independent School,St. Michael's Episcopal Day School is a fully-accredited independent school located in Carmichael, California. St. Michael's is one of Northern California's top private schools, serving students of all ages from all over the Sacramento area since 1963. Our mission is to teach traditional academic skills in the context of a caring community dedicated to helping each child develop his/her intellectual, social, athletic, and spiritual capabilities. The school is part of an ancient and venerable English and American tradition of independent church-related Episcopal schools, notable for their high academic standards, their dedication to humane values, and their service to society.The School CommunityThe faculty is a group of qualified, experienced and dedicated women and men who enjoy teaching. They are professionals who share an enthusiastic commitment to challenge young minds.The faculty, parents, and students come together to form a small, caring community in which all support and share in each other's growth. Our community spirit is fostered by a number of activities: field trips, special school events and programs, athletic competitions with ...other schools, chapel and community service.Class size varies but normally does not exceed the mid-twenties in Kindergarten through Fourth Grade, and twenty eight in Fifth through Eighth Grade. Our 3-day Preschool and 5-day Pre-Kindergarten programs enrolls a total of forty-three students who range in age from three to five.