USD 303 Ness City is accepting applications for a 1st grade teacher. Due to increases in enrollment and student needs, we will be splitting our 1st grade class into two sessions beginning January 2020. Qualified applicants will need to be certified to teach 1st grade, have strong classroom management, and be ready to join a great elementary staff that works together to create an outstanding learning environment for all students.
Coaching and other supplemental opportunities are available.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Ness City USD 303
Ness City Schools offer services to students in speech, counseling, special education, gifted education, Title I and health services. Each school has an up-to-date library with full-time staffing and computer availability. We also have access to other resources through the inter-library loan service.
The elementary school offers Art, Physical Education, Music and Band in addition to the regular classroom academic curriculum. Both the Accelerated Reader and Math programs are utilized in the elementary. Utilization of para-professionals and additional staff help keep student/staff ratio at a minimal level.
Ness City High School offers classes in Art, Industrial Arts, Vocational Agriculture, Science, Family and Consumer Sciences, Spanish, Biology, Business, Physical Education, Language Arts, Mathematics and Social Sciences.
Ness City has an aggressive technology growth plan. Computer labs are available in both the elementary and high school. Our 7-12 grade students each have their own Chromebook and several iPads for use in our elementary school. Promethean boards are also utilized throughout the classrooms. We are also a GAFE school.
Students in high school have excelled in various ways. Extra curricular programs include FFA, FCCLA, KAYS, Student Council, art, music, band, forensics, scholars' bowl and academic teams. Athletics offered include football, volleyball, cross country, basketball, track and golf. Junior high activities include music, band, scholars' bowl, football, volleyball, cross country, basketball and track. We are a member of the Central Prairie League.
Ness City is a town of approximately 1500 and serves as the county seat. It is a community with many entities which include a furniture store, grocery store, two convenience stores, gas stations, bowling alley, family restaurants, five churches, auto mechanics, lumber yard and hardware store. There are also several independent businesses that provide different services, shopping an dother needs of the community.
Health services include a county hospital, medical clinics, senior complex and pharmacy store. The economy is a mixture of agriculture and oil production. Ness City is located 65 miles from Hays, Great Bend and Dodge City and 35 minutes from Cedar Bluff Reservioir which offers camping, fishing, hunting, boating and other recreational activity.
USD 303 Recreation Commission offers seasonal and year-round activities for all ages. Ness City Public Library serves the area and offers children's programs throughout the year.
USD 303 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.