The New Paltz CSD has an instructional vacancy: Special Education Teacher - Leave Replacement.
Approximate dates: as soon as possible - 2/29/20
NYS Students with Disabilities (1-6) certification required
Application deadline: September 12, 2019
Minority candidates are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE
Applicants must upload the following documents to the OLAS website:
(a) Cover letter - to the attention of Michelle Martoni, Deputy Superintendent, New Paltz CSD;
(c) Three current reference letters or a college credential file;
(d) Copy of Teaching Certificate(s);
(e) Copies of College Transcripts; and
(f) Writing Sample. Please upload answers to the following questions:
Describe personal or professional experiences that you have utilized in a professional or organizational setting to address racism and inclusion.
What is your sense of the complexities and challenges related to social justice and multiculturalism in a classroom and school setting?
Our district is in the process of implementing an Action Plan to address Racial Equity. Part of creating a culturally responsive environment requires staff to identify acts of racism including microagressions. Please highlight any experience and professional development that you have that would help the district achieve this goal.
**Please note, all applicants must apply online through OLAS at www.olasjobs.org/mhv, under the posting name “Special Education Teacher – Leave Replacement” on or before the application deadline date.
The New Paltz CSD will only consider electronic, online form submissions made through the OLAS website. No emails, faxes, or hard copies, please. Inquiries/applications received in this manner will not be processed.
About New Paltz CSD
The New Paltz Central School District (NPCSD) is located within the town of New Paltz, New York State, which is also home to the State University of New York at New Paltz, founded in 1828. The town is served by easy access to major highways and is about 90 minutes from New York City and Albany as well as major airports in those Metropolitan areas. The school serves approximately 2100 students, all actively engaged in learning.