Elementary Teacher

USD 220 Ashland Public Schools is currently seeking a full-time elementary teacher for the 18-19 school year.  

Ashland Elementary School has an average class size of 15 students; has up-to-date curriculum; utilizes AIMSweb for assessing students progress; and has implemented MTSS.

USD 220 operates on a four-day week (Monday-Thursday);166 contract days and 156 student days.  

Interested candidates should send the following documents to complete their application:

1. Cover Letter

2. Resume

3. Three Letters of Reference

4. Copy of Teaching License

Send documents to: Mr. Jason Endicott, Elementary Principal (jendicott@usd220.net)

Ashland USD 220

Ashland USD 220

Ashland USD 220

Ashland USD 220
There are many opportunities for increased Pay/Stipends for extracurricular activities. Base pay is currently, $37,350
Job Start Date: August-9-2018
Applications Due By: August-1-2018

Job Contact Information

Jason Endicott - jendicott@usd220.net - 620-635-2722

Employer Information

Ashland USD 220 www.usd220.net

Ashland USD 220 is small rural district in southwest Kansas. We are located fifty miles south of Dodge City. 

We operate on a four-day school week and our teachers are on a 166-day contract.

Our district is fiscally sound, and has competitive salary and benefits package.  Our community is very supportive of K-12 education. We have 96% attendance rate and 95-100% graduation rate, and 95% of graduates pursue post-secondary education. Our average class size is about 17 students.

USD 220 has well-maintained buildings and grounds and the latest in classroom technology. Teachers are well-versed on the new Kansas College and Career Ready Standards and have already been using hands-on, problem-solving, cooperative learning strategies for years.  Ashland schools are also a part of the Gemini I program, focused on redesigning the education process to be more innovative and student centered.

Ashland is a great place to raise a family!


Employer Address: 311 J. E. Humphreys Street, Ashland, Kansas


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