St. Mark School is seeking a full-time middle school Literature and ELA instructor to teach 6-8 grade for the 2022-2023 school year. SMS takes pride in its strong academic program. Our goal is to help our children become active and confident learners who respect themselves, others and the environment. Our graduates have the academic and spiritual foundation to become responsible and well-informed citizens of the world. At St. Mark, we use the Reader's and Writer's Workshop model. General class structure is based on the "Predictable 5-part Workshop Framework" which can be found on the Lucy Calkins & TCRWP Colleagues Units of Study. Training will be provided, if needed.
The candidate will need to work collaboratively with faculty and administration. Additional duties include monitoring a grade-level homeroom, high school preparation, 8th grade graduation festivities, leadership, and other duties the administration assigns. The candidate must be able to have clear communication with administration, parents, and students. In addition, the candidate must be a practicing Catholic, in good standing with the Catholic Church, and willing to support the teachings of the Catholic Church.
1) Possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university (preferably in English and/or Social Studies) and hold a CA Teaching Credential
2) Have an understanding and ability to implement Common Core Standards
3) Be knowledgeable of various online resources/programs to utilize for in-person teaching, as well as for distance learning
4) Be able to prepare and implement lesson plans, instruct students using an effective classroom management style, monitor student progress, evaluate student performance, and maintain accurate student records
5) Perform other duties and administrative tasks per school protocol and/or administration's request
Additional requirements: Virtus Certified; Live Scan through ADLA; TB Neg. Test Result; CPR Certification and Catechetical Certification (preferred) and Covid-19 vaccination or weekly testing.