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Long-Term Sub for 6th-grade English/Social Studies

October 1, 2021 - January 31, 2022

Here are overall guidelines for a MS English/Social Studies Teacher and a St. Anne's teacher.

Please send the following information to Margaret Mitchell, Middle School Head, at [email protected]

  • Letter of interest tailored for this position

  • Resume

  • Contact information for at least three references (not to be contacted without permission)


  • 2 teaching preps of either English or Social Studies (total of 3 classes)

  • Advisory of one MS group of 8-10 students

  • Supervise study hall and other duties as assigned

  • Be willing to participate in outdoor education activities and trips

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in English, History, or related field.

  • 2+ years experience

  • Ability to collaborate with teammates.

About St. Anne’s Episcopal School:

St. Anne’s is an independent, PS-8 co-educational school enrolling approximately 430 students from across the Denver metro area.

Mission: St. Anne’s Episcopal School educates minds, enriches hearts and expands horizons.

Community Expectations & Aspirations

The work of the faculty is ultimately to serve as role models for our students. In our Portrait of a Graduate, we declare that our graduates "are morally grounded; advocate courageously for themselves and others; are empathetic and inclusive; respect themselves, others, and their environment; communicate effectively; think critically and creatively; are committed to learning; are resilient through challenges and humble in successes; play, laugh, and build friendships; and seek physical, mental, and spiritual balance through reflection and gratitude." So too is our expectation for our faculty and staff.

With Students

  • Love children, their potential for continuous growth, and their need to be truly seen and heard

  • Embrace differences, difficulties, and defining teachable moments

With Families

  • Support every family’s growing understanding of their child with compassion and partnership

  • Strengthen connection and relationship with families to better support students

With Colleagues

  • Learn and grow with and from colleagues

  • Ask for help and give it freely

Overall Responsibilities and Expectations of a Middle School Teacher

  • Practice classroom management that centers the social-emotional needs of children and embodies a joyful classroom environment

  • Incorporate lens of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) across the curriculum in both planning and delivery

  • Support classroom neurodiversity

  • Implement effective teaching strategies such as workshop model, conferring, specific feedback, differentiation, and incorporation of student choice and voice

  • Engage actively with assessment practices to inform class-wide instruction and individual student growth in concert with learning specialists

  • Communicate effectively with families about student progress through both informal touchpoints as well as formal opportunities (report cards and conferences)

  • Plan thoughtfully with the teaching or advisory team to ensure horizontal and vertical consistency

  • Utilize technology intentionally and demonstrate an interest in learning about new tools 

  • Contribute to community-wide needs and other duties as assigned

  • Nurture meaningful relationships with students

  • Actively seek out professional development opportunities

  • Contribute to community-wide needs and other duties as assigned

  • Participate in outdoor education and experiential trips

  • Participate in meetings for student support, department, division, and all school