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Posted
March 21, 2019
School
Position
Teaching Assistant
Description
About Our School:
Spanning grades TK-6, Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School is located in Valley Village, CA. We pride ourselves in our progressive, integrated approach to teaching and learning; we educate the whole child to help each student reach his or her potential, and to prepare them to be upstanding, empathetic, and informed citizens for the rest of their lives.

Adat Ari El families and faculty share a set of values; a desire to provide our students with the best education in a setting that also delivers a values-oriented curriculum grounded in Jewish tradition, and fostering an intellectual curiosity and a life-long love of learning. We have a strong sense of community, and encourage parents to take an active role in their child’s education.

Our school faculty works in a highly collaborative environment.

Our Mission:
Through Jewish vision and values, we raise up students who know themselves, serve others, and act to improve the world.

Seeking in an Applicant:
We are looking for a teaching assistant who loves children, who is dedicated to creating a nurturing environment in which children are encouraged to explore and grow, and who can be open and collaborative. Basic duties will include supporting lead teachers in primary grades during in-class instruction, with materials preparation, and supervising students during transitions and playtime.

Part time and full time options available.

Experience:
Minimum of two years’ experience working with children
Basic understanding of Jewish culture and traditions (preferred)

Interested parties should submit resume and cover letters to [email protected]

Contact
Debra Peterkofsky
[email protected]

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