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Associate Classroom Teacher 2024-2025

August 1, 2024 - June 6, 2025

About the Position

The Associate Teacher works with a Lead Teacher in a mixed-age classroom.

Overall Responsibilities Include:

  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher to execute individual and small group lesson plans
  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher to support the social, emotional and academic growth of each student
  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher and students to create individual units of study
  • Integrating math, reading, writing, and other academic disciplines into individual student units
  • Conducting research, collecting resources, and shopping for materials for individual and class unit work
  • Supporting students one-on-one to plan, and follow through with, their weekly work schedule
  • Supervising students as they are working on individual work
  • Leading or assisting with reading/book groups
  • Leading or assisting with writing workshops and other language arts workshops and lessons
  • Creating and Leading math lessons, including creating and grading assignments without direct supervision of the Lead Teacher. May be responsible for teaching small math groups.
  • Responding to student journals and reflections
  • Editing and giving comments on written student work
  • Gathering data on student progress and behavior to support student feedback and evaluation
  • Working with Lead Teacher on student evaluation forms
  • Assisting Lead Teacher with classroom management
  • In some cases, being in charge of classroom management while the Lead Teacher focuses on other teaching responsibilities
  • Taking over class as needed when the Lead Teacher is unavailable
  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher to execute individual and small group lesson plans
  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher to support the social, emotional and academic growth of each student
  • Collaborating with Lead Teacher and students to create individual units of study
  • Integrating math, reading, writing, and other academic disciplines into individual student units
  • Conducting research, collecting resources, and shopping for materials for individual and class unit work
  • Supporting students one-on-one to plan, and follow through with, their weekly work schedule
  • Supervising students as they are working on individual work
  • Leading or assisting with reading/book groups
  • Leading or assisting with writing workshops and other language arts workshops and lessons
  • Creating and Leading math lessons, including creating and grading assignments without direct supervision of the Lead Teacher. May be responsible for teaching small math groups.
  • Responding to student journals and reflections
  • Editing and giving comments on written student work
  • Gathering data on student progress and behavior to support student feedback and evaluation
  • Working with Lead Teacher on student evaluation forms
  • Assisting Lead Teacher with classroom management
  • In some cases, being in charge of classroom management while the Lead Teacher focuses on other teaching responsibilities
  • Taking over class as needed when the Lead Teacher is unavailable
  • Attending parent/student/teacher conferences and other parent meetings
  • Attending all required staff meetings and school-wide events
  • Other duties as assigned by the Lead Teacher, Dean, or Head of School

Experience, Skills & Abilities

  • Experience in teaching or related field (summer camp, etc.)
  • Lifelong learner, flexible thinker
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Excellent written communication skills and attention to detail
  • Computer literacy and comfort using Google Suites
  • Ability to pass a background check and drug screening
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Willingness and ability to go on overnight field trips with students

Hours

The Logan School workday is 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Attendance is required at all-staff meetings until 5:00 pm at least once per week. There will be occasional evening and weekend commitments which are required attendance.

Compensation

The salary (paid in equal 12-month installments) for this position is $38,500 - $42,000, depending on experience, for a 10-month work period. This will be prorated over 12 months for the 24-25 school year based on the start date. The Logan School offers competitive benefits, including Medical and Life/AD&D Insurance. 403(b) and Section 125 Cafeteria Plan. Personal, Jury Duty, and Family Medical Leave Sick/Personal Leave. Benefit Continuation/Conversion at Termination (COBRA). Holiday Pay.

Direct Supervisor: Lead Teacher

Application Procedures:

To apply, send résumé, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy, and references to [email protected]. NO CALLS PLEASE.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The Logan School for Creative Learning is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Logan School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by appropriate law.

What People Say About Working at The Logan School

"As a teacher, I have the space to be creative and use all the resources that I have, not only as a teacher but as a human being. You can draw upon your experiences and meet kids where they are at, honor their learning path, and know that you are supported to give them all those tools that may not be available in other settings so they can thrive. That is BIG." - Middle School Associate Teacher

"Logan allows you to explore both the science and art of teaching. Logan gives the freedom to teachers to be creative and teach in new ways and try new things, depending on what a particular student needs." - Primary Lead Teacher