Elementary Teacher (Primary Grades)
Saint Columbkille Partnership School
Saint Columbkille Partnership School (STCPS), located in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston, educates students aged 2.9 years through Grade 8. Founded in 1901 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, the school has educated generations of local families. Saint Columbkille Partnership School was re-established in 2006 and enjoys a unique partnership with Boston College, as the Laboratory School affiliated with its Lynch School of Education and Human Development, and with the Archdiocese of Boston and Saint Columbkille Parish.
Mission Statement: Saint Columbkille Partnership School is a community of families, educators, and partners inspired by the values of the Gospel. We are committed to the education of children of all backgrounds in an environment that cultivates respect, mutuality, and care. Rooted in the Roman Catholic tradition, we search for the truth with joy, practice the good with conviction, and contemplate the beautiful as we prepare students for lives of faith, service, and leadership.
Saint Columbkille Partnership School is currently seeking the following positions for the 2022-2023 school year.
Elementary Teacher (Primary Grades)
The chief responsibilities of this position include:
- Create a safe and joyful learning environment.
- Interact and communicate with children in a calm, kind, and nurturing manner.
- Understand and support the unique strengths of each child.
- Support the faith formation of students and accompany them in faith formation experiences.
- Plan, teach, and assess students in all key academic areas, including literacy, math, social studies, religion, and social/emotional learning. Note: Science is taught by another teacher.
- Collaborate with the grade level team, academic coach, school counselor, learning resource coordinator, and specialists for planning and to support students.
- Communicate effectively and often with parents regarding their child's progress.
- Use formative and summative data to plan instruction that supports the academic growth of each student.
- Advance the mission of the school through active participation in a faculty committee.
- Contribute to the school's positive, welcoming culture.
The requirements for this position include:
- Commitment to the school's Catholic mission and identity
- Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education or related field
- Licensure in Massachusetts
- Strong collaboration and communication skills
- Ability to use instructional technology
Job Category :Classroom Teacher > ElementaryEqual Opportunity Employer
- Position Type:Full-time
- Positions Available:1
The Archdiocese of Boston does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices (consistent with those religious exemptions provided in statutory and constitutional law) on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Job Requirements
- At least 1 yearof relevant experience preferred
- Bachelor degree preferred
- Citizenship, residency or work visa required
- Rachel Rumely
- 25 Arlington Street
- Brighton,Massachusetts 02135
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