Grace Episcopal School has an opening for a technology teacher for the 2021-2022 School Year. A technology teacher is responsible for planning, supervising and implementing our technology curriculum in our elementary grades in accordance with the policies and mission of the school while promoting social, emotional, intellectual, and physical competence and self-help skills in their students. A teacher is expected to work cooperatively and collaboratively with the parents, faculty, special resource teachers, consultants, and all school personnel.
Interested candidates must be enthusiastic, self-motivated individuals who possess a Bachelor’s degree. Experience in technology instruction and a commitment to our school’s mission and philosophy are valuable assets for this position. Administrative experience with Apple School Manager, JAMF School, Zoom, Google Classroom, Apple Teacher, and other relevant platforms would be advantageous. Resumes may be emailed directly to the Head of School, Mrs. Patti Culbreth, at email@example.com. We encourage you to visit our website at www.graceschoolalex.org to learn more about our school.
About Grace Episcopal School
The mission of Grace Episcopal School is to honor the gift of childhood. We accomplish this mission by inspiring a passion for learning, teaching the power of goodness, and valuing every individual as a child of God. We are committed to outstanding teachers, small classes, and an intentional focus on early and elementary education. Founded in 1959, Grace Episcopal School provides an academically challenging and developmentally appropriate education for children in Preschool through Grade 5. Our strong academic program emphasizes the basic tools of learning: reading, writing, and mathematics. The curriculum is varied - rich in music, literature, art, history, science, computers, physical education, and spiritual development – all taught in an enriching and nurturing environment. Our students receive personal attention in small classes and learn to be critical thinkers and successful problem solvers.