Goddard Public Schools: K-6 Classroom Teacher

K-6 Teaching Positions:  Goddard Public Schools is seeking multiple World Class K-6 classroom teachers for the second semester of the 2019-20 school year and the 2020-21 school year. Candidates interested in working in a collaborative and innovative environment with opportunities to develop their teaching skills are encouraged to apply. 

Why Choose the Goddard Public Schools?

  • Competitive Salary
  • World Class Facilities
  • Advantages of living in Wichita Metro Area
  • 2 year Mentoring Program for all teachers new to the profession
  • Tuition Reimbursement for staff seeking a Master’s Degree
  • Experienced staff entering the district are given credit for total years of experience and level of education
  • Opportunities for professional growth

Candidates must obtain a Kansas professional teaching license prior to employment.  Individuals interested in joining the Goddard Public Schools Team will need to complete an on-line application at www.goddardusd.com  All questions regarding these positions should be directed to Jeff Hersh, Asst. Superintendent for Human Resources, at jhersh@goddardusd.com  Positions open until filled.




Goddard USD 265

Job Start Date: August-1-2020
Applications Due By: December-31-2019

Job Contact Information

Jeff Hersh - jhersh@goddardusd.com - 316-794-4266

Employer Information

Goddard USD 265 www.goddardusd.com

Goddard School District USD 265 serves more than 5500 students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.  The city of Goddard is located 5 miles west of Wichita, and the school district boundaries include students from west Wichita to rural Sedgwick County.  The area provides its residents with a small town atmosphere and all of the conveniences of a large metropolitan area.  Many families specifically choose to locate in the Goddard School District because of our long-standing reputation for excellence and student achievement.

The Goddard Public Schools provides its students and staff with world-class facilities, as well as innovative and quality education programs at every level.  The school district offers a strong academic focus for students in grades Pre-K-12.  The students in the Goddard School District are served by two 5A high schools (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 7-8), two intermediate schools (grades 5-6), five elementary schools (grades pre-K-4), one alternative learning center (grades 9-12),  and virtual education options (grades 1-12).

Goddard USD 265 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, handicap/disability, or age as to treatment of students in programs and as to employment.  Persons having inquiries concerning the District’s compliance with Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act and the Age Discrimination Act may contact the school district's ADA and Section 504 coordinator, the District’s Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 201 South Main, Goddard, KS, 67052, Telephone: 316-794-4000. Those wishing to make a federal inquire may do so at the U.S. Department of Education through the Office for Civil Rights.  Contact may be made at  OCR.KansasCity@ed.gov  or (816)268-0550

  

 

Goddard School District USD 265 serves more than 5500 students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.  The city of Goddard is located 5 miles west of Wichita, and the school district boundaries include students from west Wichita to rural Sedgwick County.  The area provides its residents with a small town atmosphere and all of the conveniences of a large metropolitan area.  Many families specifically choose to locate in the Goddard School District because of our long-standing reputation for excellence and student achievement.

The Goddard Public Schools provides its students and staff with world-class facilities, as well as innovative and quality education programs at every level.  The school district offers a strong academic focus for students in grades Pre-K-12.  The students in the Goddard School District are served by two 5A high schools (grades 9-12), two middle schools (grades 7-8), two intermediate schools (grades 5-6), five elementary schools (grades pre-K-4), one alternative learning center (grades 9-12),  and virtual education options (grades 1-12).

Goddard USD 265 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, handicap/disability, or age as to treatment of students in programs and as to employment.  Persons having inquiries concerning the District’s compliance with Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act and the Age Discrimination Act may contact the school district's ADA and Section 504 coordinator, the District’s Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, 201 South Main, Goddard, KS, 67052, Telephone: 316-794-4000. Those wishing to make a federal inquire may do so at the U.S. Department of Education through the Office for Civil Rights.  Contact may be made at  OCR.KansasCity@ed.gov  or (816)268-0550

 

 


Employer Address: 201 S Main Goddard, Kansas


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