A full time teaching position also includes other duties such as: advisory, a week-long outdoor education camping trip, clubs, campus supervision, teaching a 2-week mini-enrichment class, and/ or other duties assigned by the Division Director or Head of School. Our teachers are caring and kind and lead dynamic classes which challenge our students to think critically and to collaborate. Our teachers embrace our mission and value pillars: Community, Courage, Respect, Scholarship, and Integrity and work to bring the mission and pillars into their teaching and curriculum. One of the most important aspects of the school is the strong relationships teachers have with their students and families. Please check out our program at www.sageridge.org to learn more about our school.
Sage Ridge School is currently seeking a middle school math teacher who can teach Pre-Algebra Algebra I, and Geometry to students in grades 6th - 8th grades. Class sizes are small (18 or less) and ideal candidates will have 3+ years of middle level math teaching experience, and/or independent school experience and excellent rapport with students ages 11 – 14. An advanced degree is desirable but not a requirement and an ideal candidate holds a degree in Education/Teaching.
At Sage Ridge School, we care about the whole child. Our mission and pillars define and guide the Sage Ridge experience. We are Reno, Nevada’s only non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school and we provide our students with world-class educational opportunities. Sage Ridge School is a fully accredited member of the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) and is a 501...(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
“Sage Ridge School is committed to a traditional college preparatory curriculum for a diverse student body. The pursuit of excellence in academics, the arts, physical endeavor, and ethical behavior is emphasized in an environment nourished by the dynamic relationship between students and teachers. The school fosters self-expression, service, and a sense of community while encouraging students to think critically, communicate clearly, and pursue a lifelong passion for learning.”