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The new Old Mission Peninsula School (OMPS, charter school opening Sept. 4, 2018) has several job openings available, including:

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PART-TIME K-6 MUSIC TEACHER. The founding music teacher at OMPS will be responsible for planning challenging and engaging lessons and experiences for students to help them achieve content and curriculum standards; ensuring that lessons have multiple entry points and support structures so that children with different abilities and learning styles are successful; delivering fun and engaging instruction that gives students an understanding and appreciation of music through movement, singing, listening, and playing instruments, and much more. The music teacher collaborates with classroom teachers on an evolving set of projects within the scope of EL Curriculum.

LEAD CUSTODIAN. OMPS is seeking a dedicated team member who enjoys children and working with the entire school team to create a school climate where staff and students are excited to show up and put their best foot forward, socially and academically. This position is pivotal for the school, as a very visible team member who will be interacting with our students and staff throughout each day. The successful candidate will be working in a recently renovated, well maintained, K-6 school building, viewed as one of our community’s treasures.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHER. The P.E. Teacher is responsible for planning challenging and engaging lessons and experiences for students to help them achieve content and curriculum standards; ensuring that lessons have multiple entry points and support structures so that children with different abilities and learning styles are successful; delivering fun and engaging instruction that gives students an understanding and appreciation of physical education through a variety of games, drills and/or activities, and much more.

To learn more about these positions and apply, visit the listings at Indeed.com. Visit the OMPS website here.

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