Under the supervision of the Assistant Head for Teaching & Learning in Early Childhood, the Alternate School Teacher will plan, develop, and implement an effective instructional program to maintain a classroom environment that supports each student’s social, emotional, and cognitive growth and development in accordance with the policies and philosophy of The Lamplighter School. The Alternate School Teacher will also collaborate with colleagues while maintaining a positive team attitude.
Plan, develop, and implement curriculum for use in the classroom
Revise and modify curriculum accordingly throughout the year, as necessary
Utilize curricula that reflect the diverse educational, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds of the students served
Cultivate effective professional relationships with students, parents, and colleagues
Create positive educational climate for students
Attend all required school meetings and public-relations events, including participate in school committees and extracurricular activities as required
Engage in professional development to stay abreast of current topics in education
Understand and support The Lamplighter School commitment to diversity and inclusion
Lamplighter is dedicated to igniting the potential of each child. Focused on students in Pre-Kindergarten through fourth grade, young children are engaged in the joy of learning through intellectual discovery in a nurturing, inclusive, and collaborative environment. At Lamplighter, the student is central and our faculty is extraordinarily skilled at working side by side to nurture each child’s natural curiosity. Lamplighter offers limitless possibilities for learning, including opportunities to solve real problems, develop STEM skills, and benefit from our outdoor environmental science building, barn, and gardens. Students at the School emerge as risk takers, problem solvers, and confident leaders. Founded in 1953, today’s 12-acre campus has an enrollment of 450 students. Lamplighter delivers serious education wrapped in the wonder of childhood.