PreK Teacher (19-20 school year)

Department: Teacher
Office: Kingsbury Country Day School
Location: Oxford
Job ID: 942276
Number of job openings: 1

Kingsbury Country Day School is currently hiring a PreK Teacher for 2019-2020 school year.  

Are you looking to work for a school that has deeply-rooted commitment to collaboration, in which all teachers and staff have a valued voice and openly share ideas for instruction, assessments, school practices, and events?

Does working at school that is located on a beautiful 100 acres, rural setting with woods, trails, prairies, ponds, and fields that offer endless opportunities to take students outdoors for classroom lessons and experiment sound like a place you would want to work at?

Then Kingsbury Country Day School is the place for you!

Kingsbury Country Day School is an innovative charter school located in Oxford, Michigan. Grades taught are kindergarten through 8th. Kingsbury is devoted to personalized education: addressing children as individuals with their own potentials, interests and needs and helping them realize and reach their maximum potential in a safe and secure learning environment. Highest values, ethics and character education are a way of life at Kingsbury. Learning tasks and opportunities excite and challenge, encourage creative and discerning thinking while fostering organizational skills and clarity of written and spoken thought. 

Teachers at Kingsbury can expect:

Benefits: Competitive Medical, Dental, and Vision BCBS plans. 401K plan available. Life, ADD, STD, LTD 100% paid by the employer!

We are looking for talented and inspired teachers, who are passionate about kids, believe that every child can achieve at high levels, and wants to work as a team.  If you are interested in joining the Kingsbury Country Day School team on this exciting mission, click here.To learn more about Kingsbury Country Day School, please visit our website at https://www.kingsburyschool.org/

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