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March 8, 2019
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Second Grade Homeroom Lead Teacher
Description
The Carey School, a PreK to 5 independent school in San Mateo, California seeks an experienced educator for a second-grade homeroom position. Candidates must have a minimum of three years of classroom teaching experience. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated collaboration with colleagues, including grade level partners and assistant teachers. Candidates will also need to work closely with content specialist teachers and will have experience integrating content areas across class and content areas. In addition, the candidate will have a proven record in teaching language arts, mathematics, social studies and social emotional learning, utilizing differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students. Knowledge of elementary developmental stages in general, and second grade specifically, required. A genuine love of teaching and connecting with students, as well as open, professional and regular communication with colleagues and parents are an integral part of this role.

At Carey, we work to create classroom communities that support learners in becoming joyful, engaged, thoughtful, metacognitive learners that can make their thinking visible. The Carey School is committed to being an inclusive environment that supports the social-emotional growth of all constituents and seeks candidates who value this endeavor. Interested applicants, please send a cover letter, that addresses your ability to fulfill the above job qualifications and a resume to [email protected]
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Neely Norris
[email protected]

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