Please note the opportunities listed below may be filled without notice.
Humanities/ELA Montessori Middle School teacher needed for 2017/18 school year at Sterling Montessori Charter School in the Raleigh/Durham area of North Carolina. BA or MA in English, English education, or equivalent from an accredited University. Experience with middle grades (7th/8th) Language arts instruction and learners. Middle Grades English teaching license or NC licensure in Middle Grades English required. Montessori training preferred. Excellent pay and comprehensive benefits from an A+ rated Montessori Charter School celebrating its 20th year. Contact Paul Raymond, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Exceptional Children Department at Sterling Montessori Academy and Charter School is seeking a full time EC Teacher beginning as early as March, 2017. Sterling has a strong and collegial EC Department which includes four full-time special education teachers, a behavior specialist, as well as related service personnel. This position will provide opportunities to collaborate with the EC group as well as to work in both inclusion and pullout settings. We are seeking individuals who have experience working with students at the elementary and middle school levels. Candidates must be diligent, organized and flexible in nature. Candidates must have at least an undergraduate degree and special education teaching licensure. We offer an excellent benefits package and compensation that is comparable to the Wake County pay scale. Please send resumes to email@example.com
Beyond immediate openings listed above, to discuss becoming part of the Sterling team, please contact:
Paul Raymond, Executive Director
Sterling Montessori Academy & Charter School
202 Treybrooke Drive | Morrisville, NC 27560
The Triangle Montessori Schools Association (TMSA) is hosting their Winter Symposium with well known and highly regarded Montessorian, David Kahn. You are invited to an inspiring “Montessori Talks to Parents: The Roots of Discipline” on Friday, Feb. 24th from 7-8:30 pm at Follow the Child Montessori in Raleigh. FREE. David will be leading an interactive parent and teacher exchange. He will start the evening out with a brief description of Montessori’s philosophy of discipline and the design of the prepared environment. Then parents can share their personal challenges in encouraging the moral and learning potential of their children under the age of 12. This humorous and personal format has proven effective for engaging parents to describe and share common challenges. Email Janet Weed, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions. Limited to 100 people. You won’t want to miss it!
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Dear Montessori Heads of School,
As you are aware the TMSA conference is right around the corner. Our scholarship recipient will be sharing her presentation at the conference.
In an effort to keep the Dave Carman Scholarship active, I would like to ask that you begin to offer the application to your teachers. We would like to have several applications to review. There will also be additional applications available at the conference.
The members of our committee to review all applications are: Sue Daniel, Liane Watson, and Judit Kedvesi from the Cary area schools.
Please mention to your teachers that we will be having a raffle for the scholarship at the Symposium. We hope that all teachers and administrators will participate in the raffle which will continue to grow our funds! With your help, we can maintain this scholarship in honor of Dave and help benefit our teachers and schools for years to come.
Thank you for your commitment to Montessori and for keeping Dave’s spirit strong.
112 Byrum St
Cary, NC 27511
Dave Carman Scholarship Criteria
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Please mark your calendars for the next meeting, March 22nd at 9:30 am. Oak City Academy will host (downtown Raleigh). We will debrief about the symposium and plan for the future of TMSA.
1181 Haynes St, Raleigh, NC 27604
Job opening at Casa Esperanza Charter
Exceptional Children’s Teacher. Full-time position. The EC Teacher is responsible for working with students that experience emotional, learning, and physical disabilities and are eligible for special education programs and services determined by the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Committee. Applicants must hold North Carolina Teaching License for Special Education General Curriculum K-12, or Cross-Categorical K-12. Preferences: Record of achievement as an EC teacher for more than 1 year and Bilingual in English and Spanish.
Employment application can be downloaded from the website above. Then send it in to Anna Foley- contact link on that same website.
Montessori Farm School in Durham Invites You To Their Open House.
Join us for awesome activities, snacks, coffee, and an introduction to our amazing school! Sunday, December 6, 2016
For more information about our school visit www.montessorifarmschool.com
2400 Broad Street, Suite 2 Durham, NC 27704 email@example.com Phone: (919) 732-5026
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