Mission Statement Catherine Cook empowers students from preschool through eighth grade to be adaptive, confident, and productive stewards of an evolving world. Our community engages with ideals of cultural competence, progressive academics, ethical literacy, and innovation designed to inspire personal excellence and compassionate leadership.
Diversity Statement Catherine Cook School is committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and compassionate community grounded in a culture of integrity.
Job Description Catherine Cook School is looking for responsible individuals interested in substituting in Early Childhood (ages 3-5), Lower School (1st - 4th Grades), and Middle School (5th - 8th Grades). The ideal candidate has experience working with children, is comfortable with use of technology such as the Zoom platform and has a sincere interest in being a part of a community. This position requires the willingness to work on campus with students. Supervising responsibilities include: lunch, recess, independent work time and providing supervision to a classroom while a teacher instructs remotely.
Applicants from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Likewise, applicants who have supported diverse learners in inclusion or special education settings are highly encouraged to apply as well. All applicants must also be open to being part of a learning community and remain engaged in discussions around diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Qualified applicants can submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to David Recksieck, Office Manager, at email@example.com. Catherine Cook School is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit catherinecookschool.org to learn more about our school and culture to see if you would be a good fit.
Qualifications • Flexible and willing to adapt to change at short notice. • Use initiative to solve problems when they arise and willing to make decisions on the best interest of students. • Expertise in building active, collaborative classroom programs that encourage problem-solving, critical thinking skills, and develop a sense of classroom community and trust. • A solid understanding of elementary school organization, programs, and students. • A proven ability to differentiate instruction and integrate learning. • Ability to improvise lessons in emergency situations where the teacher is unable to provide lesson plans.
Catherine Cook empowers students from preschool through eighth grade to be adaptive, confident and productive stewards of an evolving world. Our community engages with ideals of cultural competence, progressive academics, ethical literacy, and innovation designed to inspire personal excellence and compassionate leadership.