KIPP NC is a network of eight high-performing, college-preparatory public charter schools providing an academically rigorous and joyous school experience to more than 3,500 students in grades K-12 in Charlotte, Durham, Gaston, and Halifax. KIPP NC supports several thousand alumni on their journey to and through high school, college, and career.
KIPP NC is building on a rich tradition of academic excellence and relentless fight for social justice present from the founding of both KIPP ENC and KIPP Charlotte. KIPP ENC is the second oldest KIPP region in the nation. In its 20 years of operation, KIPP ENC has been a cornerstone for students and families in rural Gaston and Halifax, operating two primary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. Over the past five years, it grew to serve even more students by opening up a middle school in Durham, an urban center in the center part of the state. KIPP Charlotte, which grew out of the strong traditions and academics of KIPP ENC, has supported students and families for the past 13 years, operating one primary school and one middle school in the largest city in North Carolina.
KIPP North Carolina is building upon the successes and experiences of KIPP ENC and KIPP Charlotte to provide inclusive school environments and an educational program that will enable our students to lead full lives and equip graduates to be future leaders and agents of change in North Carolina and beyond. KIPP NC is engaging in direct, anti-racist work, and contributes meaningfully to the dismantling of structures of inequality within our organization, schools, and classrooms. We're committed to expanding our efforts to embed anti-racism in all of our activities and engagements within our classrooms and schools, across our organization, and throughout the State of North Carolina. All of this will be in a tireless effort to create classrooms that are homeplaces for our students, places where they feel safe, loved, validated, seen, and heard, places where all their beautiful identities will be affirmed and celebrated, and places where they will learn the academic knowledge and skills needed for college, career, and beyond.Job Description
If you firmly believe that all students can learn, if you have a proven willingness to do whatever it takes to disrupt the opportunity gap, if you thrive in an environment that is both collaborative and entrepreneurial, and if you are eager to work alongside passionate educators committed to creating an equitable and inclusive school environment, then you have the makings of a great KIPP NC teacher.Your responsibilities as a Daily Substitute
KIPP Daily Substitutes are called on an as-needed basis and have no guaranteed hours. Their responsibilities include but are not limited to:Curriculum and Instruction
Help Build a Positive School and Classroom Culture
- Execute provided lesson plans
- Collect student work and provide feedback, if necessary
- Ensure all agendas, objectives, and homework are displayed accurately for the class
Demonstrate a Growth Mindset
- Embody and maintain school's values, policies and culture
- Develop positive relationships with students, families, teachers and staff
- Give and receive positive and constructive feedback with your colleagues
Preferred QualificationsThe following are not required but are advantageous for candidates:
- A high school diploma or GED
- Pass Criminal Background Check
- Demonstrated commitment to closing the opportunity gap
- Zest, grit, professionalism, and a sense of humor
- An Associate's or Bachelor's degree
- Experience in teaching in a high performing charter school and/or schools with a high population of students with free and reduced lunch
- Fluency in Spanish
Long-term Substitutes are paid the following based on licensure status.
- For never holding teaching licensure - $120 per day
- For holding in-state or out-of-state, active or expired teaching licensure - $150 per day
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.