HS Softball Assistant Coach

Marais des Cygnes Valley High School has an opening for an assistant girls basketball coach for the 2019-2020 school year.


To be considered for this position you must complete the application online through KEEB. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Stipend determined by negotiated contract.
Job Start Date: March-1-2020
Applications Due By: March-1-2020

Job Contact Information

Joe Sample - jsample@usd456.org - 785-549-3521

Employer Information

Marais des Cygnes Valley USD 456 www.usd456.org


USD 456 - Marais des Cygnes Valley school district is a 1A school located in NE Kansas, comprising of three communities: Melvern, Olivet, and Quenemo. Marais des Cygnes Valley is located approximately 40 miles South of Topeka, 20 miles West of Ottawa, 30 miles East of Emporia, and 20 miles North of Burlington. 


The district has two building locations: Marais des Cygnes Valley Elementary School (PreK - 5) located in Quenemo and Marais des Cygnes Valley Junior High/High School (6-12) located in Melvern. Each attendance center employs a full-time principal, with all students supported by a full time social worker. Our strong curriculum covers all academic areas from at risk to college credit classes, overseen by a full time academic advisor. Technology implementation is supported by a full time technology director, fiber optic service and a 1:1 device to student ratio at each building in the district.


MdCV Elementary School was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School 2014 by the Federal Department of Education.  The elementary, junior high, and the high school have received numerous standards of excellence awards and the elementary earned 3 consecutive Governor’s Achievement Awards.


As a member of the Lyon County League, the Junior High/High School provides high quality academic, athletic, and leadership experiences.

Special education services are provided by Three Lakes Cooperative District located in Lyndon.



Employer Address: 105 SW Main Melvern, Kansas

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