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Posted
January 31, 2019
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Position
Lower School Spanish Teacher
Description
Harbor Day School, an independent K-8 school in Corona del Mar, California, seeks a full-time instructor to teach Spanish to students in grades kindergarten through six. World language instruction begins with Spanish in K-4 and in Grade 5 students move through a rotation of Latin, Mandarin, and Spanish. Then, students choose one language to study in Grades 6-8. The successful candidate must have a bachelorís degree and two years of experience teaching Spanish, the skills to utilize a variety of methodologies and current best practices in the classroom, and the ability to establish a strong rapport with elementary and middle school students.

Primary Job Responsibilities:
Teach a full-time course load of lower school and middle school Spanish classes
Collaborate with other teachers to create interdisciplinary units of study
Assist with supervisory duties, such as study hall, recess, and carpool monitoring

Benefits of teaching at Harbor Day School
Competitive salary
Medical benefits, including dental and vision
Retirement matching program
Opportunities for professional development
Teaching engaging students alongside professional and collaborative colleagues

Harbor Day is an independent, co-educational school for kindergarten through eighth grade that provides an academically challenging, well-balanced education in a nurturing, family-centered environment. Our traditional, yet innovative, curriculum develops eager, confident learners who think creatively and work collaboratively. Developing self-reliance, building strong moral character, and encouraging social responsibility are hallmarks of a Harbor Day education.
Contact
Candi Barbour
[email protected]

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