Sanborn Regional School District Sanborn Regional High School, Danville Road, Kingston, NH, USA
May 06, 2019Full time
Position Type: High School Teaching/Vocational Education Sanborn Regional High School anticipates the need for a certified English teacher for a full time position for 8 weeks in the 2018-2019 school year, approximately the months of October and November. The ideal candidate would have experience with competency education and a strong desire to collaborate with their colleagues in a Professional Learning Community (PLC) model. Experience using assessment data to drive decision-making and develop, implement, and analyze common quality performance assessments with their PLC team is essential. Sanborn is looking for a teacher who is committed to instruction that challenges students to apply their literacy and communication skills and perseverance in all content areas. Experience in an interdisciplinary / team-based model is preferred. Prior to submitting an application, candidates are strongly encouraged to read through the many blog articles available at www.competencyworks.org to become familiar with the instructional and assessment philosophy that our school uses. Candidates can read more about the qualities of what makes an effective teacher in Sanborn's competency education model here: http://srhsprincipalsblog.blogspot.com/2014/04/working-in-competency-education-school.html Sanborn Regional High School is located in Kingston, New Hampshire and services students in grades nine through twelve from the communities of Kingston, Newton, and Fremont New Hampshire. The school moved into a new state-of-the-art building in 2006. In recent years, the school has been recognized locally and nationally as a leader in the competency-based grading and reporting movement. In 2015, the school was awarded the prestigious Larry O'Toole Award from the Nellie Mae Education Foundation for its innovative and ground-breaking work in personalized learning. In 2018, the school was recognized with the New Hampshire Excellence in Education "EDies" Award.