Camelot Education is excited about continuing our partnership with the Spring Independent School District. Students range from grades 6-12, and are supported by a team of professionals that include credentialed teachers and behavior management professionals, and consist of a maximum of 25 students in each class. The focus of this program is to keep students on track to graduate and to successfully transition them back to their regular campus to achieve success. We are currently accepting applications for a ESL (English as a Second Language) Teacher for the 2019-20 school year.
We are hard working, cohesive, community-focused schools. Our ideal candidate would be a professional who has a desire to reach out to students who may need extra classroom and behavioral supports, the ability to use a variety of engagement practices in an inclusion setting, and the skills to reflect on and improve instructional strategies.
Teachers in our school are promised excellent support, feedback and opportunity to grow. We genuinely love what we do and are always striving to get better.
ESL Teachers are responsible for designing and providing instruction in accordance with curriculum planning and timing guidelines. Teachers also conduct frequent and appropriate assessments to determine student understanding. They work closely with other instructional staff, support staff and administration with a focus on producing favorable academic outcomes and a positive school climate.
Camelot Education is a nationally recognized organization providing educational services to children and adolescents throughout the United States. Camelot has 40 campuses located in six states and is continuing to grow. Camelot provides Alternative Education services to inner city schools for children who have dropped out of school, been expelled or at risk for either.
Check out our website at cameloteducation.org to learn more about our programs.
Experience and Skills:
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- Current TX Teacher Certification
- Experience working with at-risk youth preferred
- Proven ability and working knowledge with Microsoft software applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Strong interpersonal skills preferred