The Upper School math teacher would teach all upper level AP courses.
- Plan and implement high-quality, engaging mathematics lessons. • Regularly assess the students and the curriculum, adapting content and instruction as appropriate; communicate assessment results to parents. • Develop and teach electives. • Create and maintain an orderly and aesthetic learning environment that accounts for students’ social, emotional, and executive functioning needs. • Maintain accurate records using the learning management system Veracross. • Empower students to take charge of their learning by providing all necessary scaffolding, modeling, materials, and resources, and consistently maintaining a high level of expectation for student success. • Follow the professional code and policies of the school and conduct oneself in a way that promotes the mission of the school. • Utilize Google Suite, in particular Google Drive, Docs, and Sheets. • Attend all faculty and staff meetings and required special events (e.g., open houses, Spaghetti Supper, Fall Fair). • Perform other duties as assigned.
A Bachelor's degree is required and a teacher's certification is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Compensation and Benefits:
Compensation is dependent upon experience and degree obtained.
At STE you will have access to a full range of benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, a 401K, and a range of professional development opportunities.
About St. Thomas' Episcopal School
Saint Thomas' Episcopal School is a private, co-educational K-12 school located in the Bellaire area of southwest Houston, Texas.
Since its founding in 1955, Saint Thomas' has provided its students with a superior education, while instilling Christian values and preparing them to be good citizens. Because of our focus on Christian values and college prep, our graduates leave our school well prepared for the rigors of higher education, and for a productive life beyond the university.
Our mission statement is “forming honorable men and women through a classical education grounded in a Christ-centered worldview.”