4th Grade Teacher -- Marin County -- private school in the North Bay

Job Title: 4th Grade Teacher -- Marin County -- private school in the North Bay
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Marin
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Reference: SF
Job Published: March 09, 2021 11:00

Job Description

Current school staff have praised the campus for its beauty (35-acres of nature preserve with outdoor classrooms!) and always feeling supported by administration and their peers.  Tenure is strong, and staff members soon feel like family after they join the team.

As a 4th Grade Teacher you would: 
  • Plan lessons following California common core standards and curriculum for fourth grade students, including unique school’s class offerings
  • Work closely with parents and guardians to ensure students are set up for success in and out of the classroom
At this school, you’d enjoy: 
  • Small class sizes
  • Administrative support with extensive tenure (i.e., the Administrative Officer has been with the school for almost 30 years!)
  • State-of-the-art facilities -- surrounded by the beautiful Bay Area nature!
  • Salary range: commensurate with years of experience and qualifications
  • Benefits: PTO + medical/dental/vision + 401k + life and other insurances
You should have : 
  • 3+ years of experience as a Lead Teacher 
It would be nice if you had : 
  • Multiple Subject Credential
  • and/or higher degree in Education or related field of study
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