SUMMARY: The job of the Middle School and Upper School Latin teacher at The Village School is best described as supervising the education of the students in his/her classroom. The duties are listed below, but other duties may be assigned in addition.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Planning and carrying out Latin curriculum presentation.
Planning for differentiation of curriculum to meet student needs.
Planning learning environment with a variety of learning styles in mind.
Ensuring the safe welfare of the students in the class.
Modeling Christ Skills, emphasizing this conduct model in all areas at all times.
Maintaining an orderly classroom.
Keeping ongoing communication between parents and school.
Maintaining accurate and up-to-date records for each student.
Supporting the mission and objectives of the school’s learning philosophy.
Working to maintain a team with others on staff.
Providing adequate plans for a substitute teacher.
Attend required faculty meetings.
Maintaining and following daily routines and schedules.
Maintaining the educational materials and equipment in an acceptable way.
Holding parent-teacher conferences as needed, at least once a year.
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 8:40 - 9:30 AM
Thursday: 8:45 - 10:05 AM
QUALIFICATIONS: All teachers must have at least a four year degree and/or a minimum of 12 hours in education in the area to be taught. If a teaching certificate is not held, the teacher must present credentials which would qualify the teacher to obtain a teaching certificate. Teachers must demonstrate a strong support for the stated learning philosophy of The Village School. Workshops and extra study may be required to ensure a thorough understanding of the philosophy. Spoken and written language skills must be strong and representative of an educated professional. Technology skills must be strong and representative of an educated professional. Technology skills are required to both teach students in the classroom, as well as to maintain records and communications. Have the ability to communicate a love of Jesus Christ. Physically, the position of teacher requires sitting, walking, and standing.