Various Teacher Postions - K, 1st, 3rd, Middle School Reading and High School Special Education

Hays-LodgePole School

About the organization

Hays-Lodge Pole schools are the elementary and high school serving the Fort Belknap Reservation in North Central Montana. The Fort Belknap Reservation is home to the Aanih (Gros Ventre), the "White Clay People" and the Nakoda (Assinibone), "the Generous Ones" tribes. The reservation is over 1 million square miles and there are about 2,850 enrolled members. The Fort Belknap reservation is a beautiful area of buttes and canyons The school provides affordable housing for teachers.

Currently, there are openings for Kindergarten, 1st and 3rd Grade Teachers at the elementary school in Lodge Pole and a Middle School Reading Specialist and a High School Special Education teacher in Hays. If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact the Principal, Reyna Monteau, [email protected] 406-673-3120


Depends on the specific position.


Teaching experience, BA/BS in related field, ability to meet the requirements for a Montana teaching certificate or provisional Montana teaching certificate.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Please cc: [email protected], in all application materials

Some job descriptions can be viewed on Montana's Office of Public Instruction website under "Jobs for Teachers" and sorted by Hays-Lodge Pole District

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