2 open math specialist positions at ADE DESE. #2208-2983 and #2208-3019.
Camden Fairview High School will be entering their first year as a PLC school. This is a GREAT time to join our team! Although the position is advertised as Algebra 1, we are open to making adjustments for any high school mathematics teacher.
England High School has an opening for a high school math interventionist. England School District will be on a 4 day a week schedule this year, one Monday a month will be for teacher training. Otherwise it’s Tues. – Fri.
- Tyler Scott
- 501 Pine Bluff Highway
- England, Arkansas 72046
- Phone: 501-842-2996
Job opportunity shared by Tom Simmons:
El Dorado School District has an opening for a Calculus Teacher at El Dorado High School. Come join our collaborative math department and lend your expertise to our team. At El Dorado Schools, we provide a supportive teaching environment that includes mentoring, professional learning communities, and a Math Chair to support you and align curriculum throughout the District.
You can learn more about why El Dorado School District is the Promising Choice for teachers here<https://nam03.safelinks.p
If you are interested in exploring this exciting opportunity, we would love to hear from you!
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District Mathematics Chair
El Dorado Public Schools
Smackover-Norphlet Public Schools
NOTICE OF VACANCIES
Smackover-Norphlet Public Schools is currently accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year for the licensed positions of:
High School Math at Smackover High School (3 positions available)
Please send a completed licensed application, resume’, college transcript, PRAXIS scores, and current teaching license to the Office of the Superintendent. Applications may be mailed to 112 East 8th Street, Smackover, AR, 71762, or emailed to bernadette.oguinn@smackover.
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