English/Social Studies Teacher grades 6-12

Parkmont School

About the organization

Parkmont is a small, progressive school for grades 6-12 in Northwest Washington, DC that works with a student group that is exceptionally diverse in learning style, heritage, and socio-economic status. Classes are small, experiential learning is highly valued, and relationships with teachers key to students' success. Great faculty group to join!

Duties

Parkmont School is seeking a full time English/Social Studies teacher for Grades 6-12 to join us for the 2024-2025 school year.

Parkmont is a small, progressive school in Northwest Washington, DC that works with a student group that is exceptionally diverse in learning style, heritage, and socio-economic status. Classes are small, experiential learning is highly valued, and relationships with teachers key to students' success. Great faculty group to join!

Visit www.parkmont.org for more information about our program.

Interested candidates should email a brief cover letter and resume with the position title in the subject line to [email protected] .

No phone calls please.

Qualifications

Ideal candidate has a Bachelor's degree in English and/or a social studies-related field, and has experience working with students needing individualized academic support and creative approaches to learning.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Resume and cover letter

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