This is official notification that USD #364 Marysville is seeking applications for an anticipated opening in the following position for the 2019-2020 school year.
Elementary Special Education Teacher (K-6)
Interested persons that have questions about this position should contact Mrs. Caroline Green, Director of Special Services, via phone (785) 562-5386, option #2 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Persons wishing to be considered for this position should fill out the certified application available online on the school`s website www.usd364.org or by following this link https://marysville.cloud.talentedk.12.com/hire/Index.aspx
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Marysville Public Schools is a 3A district of about 700 students. The district is composed of a pre-K to sixth grade Elementary building and a seven to twelve secondary school. Marysville is the county seat of Marshall County, is a beautiful and prosperous town located near the Big Blue River in Northeast Kansas at the intersection of two US highways – US36 and US77.
Marysville Junior/Senior High consists of two buildings that are connected by a breezeway. Right behind those buildings is one of the most beautiful football stadiums in the state of Kansas. Faculty, staff, and students share teachers & classroom space in our complex. Our mission is to promote responsible life-long learners, who can communicate and work effectively in a diverse, global, and technological society.
The mission of Marysville Elementary School is to provide a foundation of skills necessary to become productive members of society.
Marysville Elementary Believes: All students can learn.
All students deserve opportunities to develop their potential.
All students have dignity and worth.
All students deserve a safe environment that promotes learning.
Self-discipline is a learned skill necessary for success in life.
Reading, computation, problem-solving, and communication skills
are essential for success in life.
All staff members are role models.
All students deserve opportunities to practice self expression and citizenship.