Founded in 1952, Norwood School is a coeducational day school with approximately 440 students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. The school sits on 38 beautiful and expansive acres in Bethesda, Maryland, less than six miles from Washington, D.C. As one of the finest K-8 (PK-8 beginning September 2017) schools in the country, Norwood sets the bar high and is committed to educating the whole child in a student-centered, challenging, and nurturing environment.
Norwood’s summer camp program (Summer at Norwood) is looking to hire energetic, fun-loving, and experienced teachers to lead technology classes for elementary and middle school campers. Positions are available for six sessions between June 19 and August 18, 2017. Ideal candidates will have experience teaching elementary and/or middle school students, basic knowledge of programs such as Scratch, graphic design, movie making, Power Point, Kid Pix, and other kid-friendly coding programs, and either hold or currently working toward an undergraduate degree.
Summer at Norwood 8821 River Road Bethesda, MA 20817 Fax: 301-841-4642
Norwood School and Summer at Norwood offer competitive compensation and an excellent work environment. For more information, please call 301-841-2254.
Norwood School does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Norwood School’s mission is to ensure that each of its students grows intellectually, morally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually, while preparing to function productively and generously in our pluralistic society. Norwood’s challenging educational program and broad-based activities are designed to help students experience joy in learning, develop self-confidence, and learn respect... for the rights and feelings of others. Embracing diversity is integral to the School’s tradition that both recognizes the worth of each member of the community and emphasizes the common values of academic achievement, mutual respect, cooperation, and personal responsibility.