Long Term Substitute Teacher
KIPP San Jose Collegiate is looking for a long-term substitute to cover maternity and paternity leave teachers in various subjects starting January 2018.
About KIPP Bay Area Schools
KIPP is a non-profit network of 209 college-preparatory, public charter schools around the country educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students. KIPP schools are united by a common mission, a commitment to excellence, and a belief that if we help children develop the academic and character strengths they need for college and choice filled lives, they will be able to build a better tomorrow for themselves, for their communities, for us all.
There are currently 12 KIPP schools in the Bay Area educating 5,200 students in East Palo Alto, Oakland, San Francisco, San Lorenzo, San Jose, and Redwood City. In the fall of 2018, KIPP Bay Area Schools plans to open a new high school in East San Jose and a new elementary school in the Bayview Hunter's Point.
• must hold a valid substitute credential (please see http://www.ctc.ca.gov/ to learn more)
• are committed to working with educationally under-served students (95% are students of color; 75% are eligible for the free and reduced price meals program)
• make no excuses for why a student can not achieve at the highest academic levels
• possess strong content area knowledge and classroom management skills
• teach in our extended day and year schedule (details vary by school; visit http://www.kippbayarea.org/ to learn more)
• contribute to a relentless and dedicated team of outstanding professionals
• communicate well with students, families, and colleagues
Please become thoroughly familiar with www.kippbayarea.org before applying. You can send a resume and cover letter via our online portal here. Candidates must have at least one year of full-time teaching experience; those experienced in working with underserved youth strongly preferred. Email Kevin Ith at email@example.com with any questions.
KIPP Bay Area Schools does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, ethnicity, color, national origin or ancestry, cultural background, religious creed, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital/registered domestic partner status, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, primary language, citizenship or immigration status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws.