This position is responsible for grades 9 - 12 computer science courses along with broadcasting and web design classes. Classroom features an up to date Mac computer lab, green screen room and drone technology. Possible coaching vacancies. Please apply through the kansasteachingjobs.com website or email resume and cover letter to Tim Bumgarner, RHS Principal at email@example.com.
Remington USD 206
Remington USD #206 is a district serving approximately 525 K-12 students. The district employs four administrators, 45 certified personnel, and 40 support staff.
USD #206 covers an area of 253 square miles in Butler, Harvey, Sedgwick, and Marion counties. It operates three attendance centers: Remington Elementary at Potwin (Grades K-4), Remington Middle School at Whitewater (Grades 5-8), and Remington High School. With the recent completion of a bond project, all three schools have totally updated facilities. USD #206 belongs to the Butler County Special Education Co-op for special education services.
Through the district’s affiliation with the Heart of America League, the middle school and high school students are provided the following athletic opportunities: basketball, cross country, football, golf, track, volleyball, and wrestling. Opportunity for leadership experience through other extracurricular activities include band, vocal music, academic contests, scholar’s bowl, debate, and forensics.
The district encompasses four small towns of Whitewater, Potwin, Furley and Elbing which provide a variety of small businesses. While the district is largely rural and provides the friendly atmosphere of a small community, the advantages of a large city are not far away. The three schools are directly off of highway 196, centrally located between Newton (population 19,500), El Dorado (population 12,500) and Wichita (population 344,000).