Full Time - Elementary Art/Music Teacher, HANOVER-HORTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

  • Monday, July 02, 2018 7:39 AM
    Message # 6354580
    Christy Seyler (Administrator)

    HANOVER-HORTON SCHOOL DISTRICT

    10000 Moscow Road

    Horton, MI  49246

               

    The following position is vacant:                              
    2018-2019 School Year

    SCHOOL                                                             POSITION

    Elementary                                           Elementary Art/Music Teacher

    Full Time Position

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS/CONDITIONS

    Certification in Art and/or Music preferred

    Help students learn to read, play, and understand the literary genre of drama

    Produce short plays

    Direct longer plays and musicals for performance

    Teach students how to communicate, control and project their voices and present themselves

    Teach knowledge and skills in art, using a variety of art mediums and techniques, through activities such as drawing, painting, etc.

    Possess knowledge and experience using effective classroom management strategies

    Must have a valid Michigan Teaching Certificate that meets the Highly Qualified Status requirements

    Must be fingerprinted prior to start date

    Candidates should send letter of application, resume, and letters of reference to Mrs. Cindy Forgione, Elementary School Principal, 131 Fairview St., Hanover, MI  49241 within ten (10) days of the posted date.

                                                                John Denney

                                                                Superintendent

    Posted June 28, 2018

    Expires July 8, 2018

    Employment App - Professional Staff.pdf

    Elem Art-Music 062818.pdf


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