Grade School Teacher

USD #293 Quinter Public Schools is seeking a dynamic, dedicated, quality individuals for grade school teachers.  Candidates with ESOL endorsements are also needed.  Exact grade level, K-6, will be determined by applicant qualifications. Please submit the following information to USD #293. Positions open until filled:

1.  A letter of interest outlining qualifications relevant to the position.

2. A completed district application form-

3. A current resume

4. A copy of your teaching license.

5. A copy of your college or university transcript.

Submit the completed application packet to (Only completed applications will be considered for an interview):

USD #293, Quinter Public Schools

Clerk of the Board of Education

PO Box 540

Quinter KS 67752

(785) 754-2470

or email as an attachment to

USD #293 is an equal opportunity employer

Quinter USD 293
Health Insurance and Section 125 Plan Based of Salary Schedule
Job Start Date: August-19-2019
Applications Due By: March-8-2019

Job Contact Information

Evone Waggoner - - 785-754-2470

Employer Information

Quinter USD 293

"A thriving small of the strongest towns in the state" is how Quinter is described in The Kansas Guidebook by Marci Penner. "Quinter has a hospital, long-term and assisted living facility, dentist, optometrist, public schools, financial institutions, newspaper, swimming pool, golf course, motel, RV park, agricultural and service businesses, and a diversity of religious facilities...." Quinter is a friendly, family-oriented community with a high level of community support and involvement

Quinter schools are state accredited and have an enrollment of 201 students in the elementary school and 103 students in the junior/senior high school. This close-knit school system daily enhances children's creative and academic gifts in various ways, including art and music classes. Quinter schools offer small class sizes, enrichment opportunities, and a complete curriculum including calculus, physics, and chemistry.Eighty-five percent of graduating students continue on to universities or technical schools. The school district provides transportation to/from school for 68% of the students.

USD #293 Mission Statement:

Each student will be positively encouraged and intentionally directed

  • to reach rigorous academic goals
  • to develop social and emotional skills
  • to attain physical and nutritional growth
  • to acquire the tools necessary to succeed in all aspects of life
  • to achieve his/her full potential in the ever changing society of the 21st Centruy.

This must be a cooperative effort among family, community, and school to ensure that students are lifelong learners who

  • reflect and grow
  • apply knowledge
  • show compassion and display courage.

Employer Address: 601 Gove Quinter, Kansas

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