Midday Teachers for Nursery to Kindergarten classrooms Part-time (15-20 hours/week) Start Date: as soon as possible
QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree required Experience working with young children preferred
FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES The midday teacher will support the daily classroom routines for transitions, work time, lunch, rest, and other activities according to the weekly schedule. This can include setting up materials for children to use, preparing for snack and lunch, cleaning up from snack and lunch, walking individual children to the nurse’s office as needed, taking a child who needs a break from the classroom to the hallway water fountain, and possibly working with small groups of children.
The midday teacher sometimes participates in specials, including music, movement, gym, or library. During these classes, the midday teacher actively supports children and specialist teachers in ways that the classroom head teacher and the specialist teacher help identify.
All teachers help build a collaborative, cooperative, and reflective approach to working as a classroom teaching team.
Midday teachers enter their hours into the Human Resources pay system in order to get paid on a biweekly basis.
PAY RATE: $17.85/hour
STARTING DATE: as soon as possible
Please send your cover letter and resume to Emily Linsay, email@example.com
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About Bank Street School for Children
Bank Street School for Children is a coeducational, independent progressive school on the Upper West Side of Manhattan serving students from Nursery through Grade 8. It is a working model of Bank Street College's approach to teaching and learning.