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Pre-K Teacher

August 15, 2022 - May 26, 2023

Working closely with the Head of Early Childhood to teach a full day Pre-K program.

Lower School Math Instructional Coach

August 15, 2022 - June 15, 2023

St. Elizabeth’s School, an intentionally inclusive K-8 school in northeast Denver, seeks an Instructional Mathematics Coach for the 2022–2023 school year. This position is grant-funded. The successful candidate will be an employee of Results Learning in Denver, CO and will be assigned 100% to St. Elizabeth’s School.

Technology and Innovations Teacher

August 10, 2022 - June 16, 2023

St. Anne's is seeking a Technology and Innovations Teacher for the 2022-23 school year.

Part-time Extended Day Coordinator

August 10, 2022 - June 16, 2023

St. Anne’s seeks a part-time Extended Day Coordinator committed to nurturing students and being a positive and kind role model in a warm and loving community. Extended Day is an after-school program from 3:00-5:30 PM for children who stay after school until they are picked up by their parents or caregivers.

4th Grade Homeroom Teacher

August 10, 2022 - June 16, 2023

St. Anne's seeks a 4th Grade Homeroom teacher committed to nurturing lower school students and being a positive and kind role model in a warm and loving community.
Aspen Academy, a PK-8 independent school in Greenwood Village, has an amazing position available for a high energy Pre-K Assistant who has passion for teaching great kids. Are you interested in gaining professional experience in the classroom? Working with smaller class sizes (maximum – 15 students)? Do you crave being part of a wonderful community of teachers and families? If so, we’d love to meet you!

This full-time position (8:00am – 4:00pm) pays between $16-$19/hour with great benefits including health, dental and vision, 403(b) with matching, a competitive pay rate, and a $500 Academic Year Completion Bonus!

LS Spanish Teacher (Maternity Leave)

August 8, 2022 - December 14, 2022

St. Anne's seeks a Preschool-Third Grade Spanish Teacher who is committed to nurturing lower school students and being a positive and kind role model in a warm and loving community. This person will fill a maternity leave from August 8-December 14.

Position Type: Full-time, Mid-August through Mid-June 

Reports to: Principal

Contact: Mariella Robledo, Principal [email protected]

History

Escuela de Guadalupe is a private, Catholic dual-language PK-8th grade school of excellence in Denver. Our school was founded by a culturally rich community which fully intends to provide children an affordable option for quality private education and a commitment to prepare students for graduation from college-prep high schools. At Escuela de Guadalupe, the spiritual, culturally relevant and compassionate environment supports the healthy development of each child while we are able to achieve high academic expectations and an intellectually rigorous curriculum. In addition, all children at Escuela de Guadalupe are committed to full academic literacy across all content areas in both English and Spanish. To maintain our school’s culturally rich, dual-language environment, literacy instruction in the middle grades will be in both Spanish and English to grow students to full bi-literacy at graduation.

Personal Characteristics: 

1. Support the cultural, spiritual and academic goals of the school by modeling compassion, love and care for children at all times

2. Have the patience and positive attitude to be sure that every student has an academically rich experience and fully develops their cognitive and language abilities

3. Contribute to an environment of enthusiasm and dedication 

4. Truly believe that every child, without exception, can excel

Responsibilities: 

Working at Escuela de Guadalupe includes many different responsibilities to make a small, non-tuition driven school run effectively. Therefore, this description is not intended to be all-inclusive as much as it is to help define what some of the major responsibilities will be. All Middle School faculty members will be expected to participate in school life including attendance at faculty meetings, overnight retreats, Masses and prayer services, and school celebrations. As the Middle School grows, these duties will shift to reflect the changing dynamic of the Middle School.

Responsibilities: Specific areas of responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Teaching Social Studies and Religion in Middle School (6th,7th and 8th grade)

a. Plan and implement thematic units for Social Studies and Religion in English based on the curriculum and Archdiocesan Standards

b. Engage students in active, purposeful learning through a variety of activities beyond textbooks and worksheets including literature studies and project-based work in Social Studies

c. Continuously evaluate student growth in each subject including formative and summative evaluation to assure maximum student progress

d. Maintain strong classroom management to create a positive classroom environment built on relationships, high expectations for student achievement, risk-taking, goal-setting, and personal responsibility

e. Communicate frequently with students, families, administration and staff to keep everyone up to date on what is happening in the classroom and engaged as a part of the team.

f.Prepare our Middle Schools students for the Masses in English and Spanish.

g.Guide middle school faith formation in liturgies, sacramental preparation, and retreats.

h.Define enduring concepts and knowledge and measurable outcomes for each curriculum area in each unit that are shared with parents and students at the beginning of the unit and evaluated at the end of the unit

i.Instructional strategies that identify student learning objectives for each lesson and actively incorporate learning strategy modeling and instruction in every lesson

Additional duties:

a. Supervision duties including helping during dismissal, snack, lunch, and recess.

b. Teaching one or more elective classes including study hall. These classes expose students to areas of interest outside of their traditional courses. 

c. Willing and able to carry out all duties of this position

d. Attend weekly PLC and weekly staff and faculty meetings

Carry out the mission and goals of the school:

a.Build positive relationships with adults and children in the school

b.Model a respect for cultural and linguistic diversity

c.Be positive about children in communication with students and parents

d.Support events that build community 

e.Participate in the school Open House and other school events

Embrace Catholic religion:

a.Apply knowledge of the Catholic faith to guide students in their study of Catholic religion and how they apply their faith to their decisions and actions in school and in the community

b.Model how Catholic virtues play a role in bringing peace and justice to ourselves and others

c.Attend weekly mass with to help supervise as well as model proper behavior during mass

Qualifications: 

a.Teaching experience in middle school and certification are required

b.Excellent spoken and written language skills in English

c.Working knowledge of second language acquisition, dual-language education

d.Catholic background or willingness to learn about being Catholic and fully support spiritual rituals

e.Authentic support of culturally rich and linguistically diverse learning communities

Compensation:

a.Professional development including staff development, conferences, specialized training, and book study groups

b.Reduced tuition for teacher’s children enrolled at Escuela de Guadalupe ($1,000 annual tuition)

d.Competitive pay scale

e.Medical and Dental benefits

f.Retirement plan – 403b

For more information or to apply, please contact Ms. Mariella Robledo, Principal, at: [email protected] as soon as possible. Interviews will take place until the position is filled. Applications should include a letter of interest, resume and references.

Salary Description
Based on Education/Experience - $40,190-$58,011

5th Grade Assistant Teacher

August 8, 2022 - June 16, 2023

St. Anne's seeks a Lower School 5th Grade Assistant teacher committed to nurturing lower school students and being a positive and kind role model in a warm and loving community.