Covenant Preparatory is seeking a part-time teacher of Introductory Spanish. The mission of Covenant Preparatory School is to provide young men from underserved communities the foundation required to successfully pursue higher education, to develop the strength of their character and to inspire them to live with integrity as leaders committed to their communities.
As a part-time classroom teacher, the required duties include, but are not limited to:
Teaching one section of Introductory Spanish (gr. 7-8) (including all planning, grading, and other related tasks)
Supervising students in and out of the classroom
Attending select Faculty Meetings and In-Service Sessions in mid-August and early June
Participating in Student-Led Conferences on appointed days in late September and mid-February
Other duties as assigned
On all days when school is in session, the required hours are from 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays. Changes in schedule due to weather related situations or other unforeseen circumstances may necessitate flexibility in these hours.
Candidates for this position must possess the following qualifications:
A firm commitment to the Covenant Preparatory School mission
A bachelor’s degree
Fluency in speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish
A desire to work in a high-energy educational environment that values flexibility and strong, positive relationships with students and their families
Experience working with middle grades youth (grades 5-8)
A willingness to contribute to all aspects of school life
Additional Salary Information: Compensation for this position is commensurate with experience. Compensation will include a monthly salary subject to all applicable taxes. Part-time employees are not eligible for School-provided insurance and 401K benefits.
About Covenant Preparatory School
Covenant Preparatory School is a private, independent, interfaith middle school (grades 5-8) for young men from the Greater Hartford (CT) community. A tuition-free school, Covenant Preparatory School provides young men from underserved communities the foundation required to successfully pursue higher education, to develop the strength of their character and to inspire them to live with integrity as leaders committed to their communities.